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c++.stl.port - PAGESIZE error building STLport

reply Scott Dale Robison <scott isdr.net> writes:
In trying to build STLport for the latest cd release, I got an error 
message about PAGESIZE 128 being inadequate or some such ...

I found two places in dm.mak that specified -p128 in the lib command and 
changed them to -p256, and building finished to completion.

Is this something anyone has seen? I couldn't find any references to it 
in the newsgroups.

Assuming it is a valid fix, someone might want to consider applying it 
to the dm.mak file in the distributed stlport.zip file.

SDR
Nov 20 2004
next sibling parent "dt" <tinkham ucalgary.ca> writes:
"Scott Dale Robison" <scott isdr.net> wrote in message
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 In trying to build STLport for the latest cd release, I got an error
 message about PAGESIZE 128 being inadequate or some such ...

 I found two places in dm.mak that specified -p128 in the lib command and
 changed them to -p256, and building finished to completion.

 Is this something anyone has seen? I couldn't find any references to it
 in the newsgroups.

Yes. I downloaded and started using new PSDK, then rebuilt STLport 4.5.3 supplied on DMC CD, and had EXACTLY the same issues and did exactly what you did. The resulting STLPort libs were significantly bigger then ones supplied on cd. I am assuming there is no problem, as it appears to be working. Doug
Apr 19 2005
prev sibling parent Scott Michel <scottm aero.org> writes:
Scott Dale Robison wrote:
 In trying to build STLport for the latest cd release, I got an error 
 message about PAGESIZE 128 being inadequate or some such ...
 
 I found two places in dm.mak that specified -p128 in the lib command and 
 changed them to -p256, and building finished to completion.
 
 Is this something anyone has seen? I couldn't find any references to it 
 in the newsgroups.
 
 Assuming it is a valid fix, someone might want to consider applying it 
 to the dm.mak file in the distributed stlport.zip file.

An even "more valid" fix is to use the STLport 4.6.3 update, http://mordred.cs.ucla.edu/STLport_DMC/
Apr 26 2005