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Compiling SQLite Tcl bindings for 32-bit linux on 64-bit linux

This afternoon I compiled the SQLite 3.8 Tcl bindings for windows and 
64-bit linux, and thought I would try a 32-bit compile on the linux box 
too. I already had the gcc multilib packages installed.

First I did:

../configure --host=i686-linux-gnu "CFLAGS=-m32" "CXXFLAGS=-m32" 
"LDFLAGS=-m32"

(all on one line). That seemed to run okay, but

make

failed with:

gcc -shared -m32 -pipe -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer -Wall -fPIC  -m32 
-Wl,--export-dynamic  -o libsqlite3.8.0.so tclsqlite3.o -lpthread 
-L/home/gsnyder/ActiveTcl-8.6/lib -ltclstub8.6

/usr/bin/ld: skipping incompatible 
/home/gsnyder/ActiveTcl-8.6/lib/libtclstub8.6.a when searching for 
-ltclstub8.6

/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -ltclstub8.6

Is it just that I need a 32-bit Tcl present? Or did I get the configure 
options wrong? Or any other guesses?

Thank you,

Gerry


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Am 27.08.13 03:00, schrieb Gerry Snyder:
> This afternoon I compiled the SQLite 3.8 Tcl bindings for windows and
> 64-bit linux, and thought I would try a 32-bit compile on the linux box
> too. I already had the gcc multilib packages installed.
>
> First I did:
>
> ./configure --host=i686-linux-gnu "CFLAGS=-m32" "CXXFLAGS=-m32"
> "LDFLAGS=-m32"
>
> (all on one line). That seemed to run okay, but
>
> make
>
> failed with:
>
> gcc -shared -m32 -pipe -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer -Wall -fPIC  -m32
> -Wl,--export-dynamic  -o libsqlite3.8.0.so tclsqlite3.o -lpthread
> -L/home/gsnyder/ActiveTcl-8.6/lib -ltclstub8.6
>
> /usr/bin/ld: skipping incompatible
> /home/gsnyder/ActiveTcl-8.6/lib/libtclstub8.6.a when searching for
> -ltclstub8.6
>
> /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -ltclstub8.6
>
> Is it just that I need a 32-bit Tcl present?

Yes, the error means it is trying to link against a 64bit Tcl lib, which 
cannot work, of course. You need to install Tcl frst and then set the 
configure flags accordingly such that sqlite finds the 32bit-Tcl 
(pesumably --with-tcl=/path/to/32bit/Tcl, check with --help)

BTW, when you have ActiveTcl, you can just pull in sqlite via teacup. 
And compiling stuff can be automated via kbs.tcl

	Christian

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auriocus1 (391)
8/27/2013 5:10:49 AM
Am Dienstag, 27. August 2013 03:00:37 UTC+2 schrieb Gerry Snyder:
> This afternoon I compiled the SQLite 3.8 Tcl bindings for windows and 
> 
> 64-bit linux, and thought I would try a 32-bit compile on the linux box 
> 
> too. I already had the gcc multilib packages installed.

Maybee another hint:

Please take care, that the 64 bit libraries go into /usr/lib64 and any 32bit or independent stuff in /usr/lib.

Here are hints for CentOS:
http://wiki.tcl.tk/3298
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wortkarg2 (425)
8/27/2013 6:25:51 AM
On 8/26/2013 10:10 PM, Christian Gollwitzer wrote:
> Am 27.08.13 03:00, schrieb Gerry Snyder:
>> >
> Yes, the error means it is trying to link against a 64bit Tcl lib, which
> cannot work, of course. You need to install Tcl frst and then set the
> configure flags accordingly such that sqlite finds the 32bit-Tcl
> (pesumably --with-tcl=/path/to/32bit/Tcl, check with --help)
>
> BTW, when you have ActiveTcl, you can just pull in sqlite via teacup.
> And compiling stuff can be automated via kbs.tcl
>
>      Christian
>

Thank you Christian and Harald for your replies.

I had had the thought that if the stubs table was all that was needed, a 
single Tcl installation might suffice. Now that it has been pointed out 
to me, it is not surprising that stubs can work across versions, but not 
across platforms (and especially across platforms with different 
pointer/word sizes).

Thanks again,

Gerry
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8/27/2013 5:07:56 PM
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