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Hi, I'm trying to natively compile mutt on the Z (with different options and patches from the one in the feeds)

I've mounted zgcc-3.3.2.img in /opt/arm/3.3.2-vfp and exported:

export PATH=$PATH:/opt/arm/3.3.2-vfp/bin
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/opt/arm/3.3.2-vfp/lib

./configure -enable-pop -enable-immap -with-homespool=~/INBOX --includedir=/opt/arm/3.3.2-vfp/armv5tel-cacko-linux/include

It configures OK but make dies with:

mutt.h:46:24: posix1_lim.h: No such file or directory

although the file is at:


How to I get it to find this file?

Sorry if this is a silly question, I'm not very experienced at compiling.
Do you use RC9 native sdk?
This sdk should be mounted in /opt/native/arm/3.3.2-xscale-softvfp.

other than that you could try to add /opt/arm/3.3.2-vfp/armv5tel-cacko-linux/include/bits/ (with bits) in your include path
I'm still using RC8 ... I've successfully compiled a couple of small programs, so my paths seem set up OK.

If I include /opt/arm/3.3.2-vfp/armv5tel-cacko-linux/include/bits/ directly I get lots of errors saying things like "never include <bits/stdio.h> directly: use <stdio> instead" and the whole thing goes pear-shaped very quickly.
hmm, I'll try to cross-compile it (when I find some time) to see if I run into the same problems (or perhaps bruno van reports its finding wink.gif )

I just had quick look at mutt.h maybe you can define _POSIX_PATH_MAX
manually replacing
#include <posix1_lim.h>

#define _POSIX_PATH_MAX 256

and hope that this problem doesn't appears because something more important is missing
OK success! biggrin.gif

the trick was to copy posix1_lim.h to the local directory. (and to kill every running app .... gcc was dying unexpectedly - running out of memory?)

I'll provide an ipk soon.
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