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Build Tcl and Tk on Solaris 64 bit?

Packages aren't available for this without a fee on activestate and I'm not
using it for business so..... Does anyone happen to know how to get these
built on Solaris in 64 bit mode? Only a 32 bit build with gcc seems to
work.

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fritz16 (44)
9/15/2011 2:04:06 PM
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On Sep 15, 4:04=A0pm, Fritz Wuehler
<fr...@spamexpire-201109.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
> Packages aren't available for this without a fee on activestate and I'm n=
ot
> using it for business so..... Does anyone happen to know how to get these
> built on Solaris in 64 bit mode? Only a 32 bit build with gcc seems to
> work.

It compiles without problems with Sun CC.
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wdiwdi (3)
9/15/2011 2:16:09 PM
Fritz Wuehler <fritz@spamexpire-201109.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:

> Packages aren't available for this without a fee on activestate and I'm not
> using it for business so..... Does anyone happen to know how to get these
> built on Solaris in 64 bit mode? Only a 32 bit build with gcc seems to
> work.

You have to specify --libdir pointing to Solaris studio lib

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fritz16 (44)
9/15/2011 11:42:39 PM
On Sep 15, 7:04=A0am, Fritz Wuehler
<fr...@spamexpire-201109.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
> Packages aren't available for this without a fee on activestate and I'm n=
ot
> using it for business so..... Does anyone happen to know how to get these
> built on Solaris in 64 bit mode? Only a 32 bit build with gcc seems to
> work.

Tcl/Tk builds OK on Solaris for 64-bit with gcc. I use the following
'configure' flags to build shared libraries for both Tcl and Tk :

--prefix=3D<install dir> --enable-shared --enable-gcc --enable-64bit --
enable-64bit-vis

Other extensions (eg. Img) may need some tinkering with the configure
script.

You may also get either of the following warnings during the
configure :

"warning: 64bit support being disabled -- don't know magic for this
platform"
"warning: 64bit mode not supported with GCC on" <system name>

However, I've found that the 64-bit libraries are still created OK
regardless of these warnings and without having to make any edits to
the 'configure' script...

HTH
Shaun



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9/16/2011 8:38:31 PM
On Sep 16, 1:38=A0pm, Shaun Deacon <shaun.dea...@us.fujitsu.com> wrote:
> On Sep 15, 7:04=A0am, Fritz Wuehler
>
> <fr...@spamexpire-201109.rodent.frell.theremailer.net> wrote:
> > Packages aren't available for this without a fee on activestate and I'm=
 not
> > using it for business so..... Does anyone happen to know how to get the=
se
> > built on Solaris in 64 bit mode? Only a 32 bit build with gcc seems to
> > work.
>
> Tcl/Tk builds OK on Solaris for 64-bit with gcc. I use the following
> 'configure' flags to build shared libraries for both Tcl and Tk :
>
> --prefix=3D<install dir> --enable-shared --enable-gcc --enable-64bit --
> enable-64bit-vis
>
> Other extensions (eg. Img) may need some tinkering with the configure
> script.
>
> You may also get either of the following warnings during the
> configure :
>
> "warning: 64bit support being disabled -- don't know magic for this
> platform"
> "warning: 64bit mode not supported with GCC on" <system name>
>
> However, I've found that the 64-bit libraries are still created OK
> regardless of these warnings and without having to make any edits to
> the 'configure' script...
>
> HTH
> Shaun

Oops, forgot to mention my comment about Img applies to Tcl/Tk 8.4.x
as this extension was not included in Tk before 8.5. I haven't tried
Tcl/Tk 8.5.x, but I reckon my original comments should hold true (Tcl/
Tk should build OK on Solaris 64bit with gcc 3.x onwards)

Shaun
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9/16/2011 8:51:20 PM
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