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c++ - Strange Error compiling STLPort 4.5.3

reply "Ant" <someone nowhere.com> writes:
Hi,

I have been trying to build STLPort 4.5.3 and right at the end when dm 
librarian is invoked it complains that /PAGESIZE 128 is too small.

I am compiling from cmd in Win-XP on an Athlon64 and am wondering if this 
error is related to the fact it is an Athlon64??
The reason I say this is I have compiled before an an Athlon-XP without 
problem.

Can anyone tell me how to set this /PAGESIZE variable in librarian please, I 
can see how to do this from IDDE but not from cmd

Regards
A 
Oct 28 2004
parent reply Dimitri Kaparis <d_kaparis universalstudyhelper.com> writes:
Ant wrote:
 Hi,
 
 I have been trying to build STLPort 4.5.3 and right at the end when dm 
 librarian is invoked it complains that /PAGESIZE 128 is too small.
 
 I am compiling from cmd in Win-XP on an Athlon64 and am wondering if this 
 error is related to the fact it is an Athlon64??
 The reason I say this is I have compiled before an an Athlon-XP without 
 problem.
 
 Can anyone tell me how to set this /PAGESIZE variable in librarian please, I 
 can see how to do this from IDDE but not from cmd
 
 Regards
 A 
 

It's not the CPU - I've also encountered this problem after a certain version of the compiler with the STLPort version provided on the Digital Mars site. Perhaps you'd better use the newer STLPort 4.6.2, available at http://mordred.cs.ucla.edu/STLport_DMC/ , though. Otherwise, to fix your problem, you need to modify the makefile. The page size is specified with the -p switch to lib. Best regards, Dimitri
Oct 28 2004
parent reply "Ant" <someone nowhere.com> writes:
Thanks for the tip, I will try the -p option first and then maybe look at 
4.6.2

Regards
Ant

"Dimitri Kaparis" <d_kaparis universalstudyhelper.com> wrote in message 
news:clrchc$2t6b$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Ant wrote:
 Hi,

 I have been trying to build STLPort 4.5.3 and right at the end when dm 
 librarian is invoked it complains that /PAGESIZE 128 is too small.

 I am compiling from cmd in Win-XP on an Athlon64 and am wondering if this 
 error is related to the fact it is an Athlon64??
 The reason I say this is I have compiled before an an Athlon-XP without 
 problem.

 Can anyone tell me how to set this /PAGESIZE variable in librarian 
 please, I can see how to do this from IDDE but not from cmd

 Regards
 A

It's not the CPU - I've also encountered this problem after a certain version of the compiler with the STLPort version provided on the Digital Mars site. Perhaps you'd better use the newer STLPort 4.6.2, available at http://mordred.cs.ucla.edu/STLport_DMC/ , though. Otherwise, to fix your problem, you need to modify the makefile. The page size is specified with the -p switch to lib. Best regards, Dimitri

Oct 28 2004
parent "Walter" <newshound digitalmars.com> writes:
See also www.digitalmars.com/ctg/lib.html

"Ant" <someone nowhere.com> wrote in message
news:clrevc$34$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Thanks for the tip, I will try the -p option first and then maybe look at
 4.6.2

 Regards
 Ant

 "Dimitri Kaparis" <d_kaparis universalstudyhelper.com> wrote in message
 news:clrchc$2t6b$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Ant wrote:
 Hi,

 I have been trying to build STLPort 4.5.3 and right at the end when dm
 librarian is invoked it complains that /PAGESIZE 128 is too small.

 I am compiling from cmd in Win-XP on an Athlon64 and am wondering if



 error is related to the fact it is an Athlon64??
 The reason I say this is I have compiled before an an Athlon-XP without
 problem.

 Can anyone tell me how to set this /PAGESIZE variable in librarian
 please, I can see how to do this from IDDE but not from cmd

 Regards
 A

It's not the CPU - I've also encountered this problem after a certain version of the compiler with the STLPort version provided on the Digital Mars site. Perhaps you'd better use the newer STLPort 4.6.2, available


 http://mordred.cs.ucla.edu/STLport_DMC/ , though.
 Otherwise, to fix your problem, you need to modify the makefile. The


 size is specified with the -p switch to lib.

 Best regards,
 Dimitri


Oct 28 2004