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expect-5.44.1, tcl-8.4.15, gcc-4.2.2 - Configure Error: invalid host type

expect-5.44.1 build fails with the following error

    configure: configuring in testsuite configure: running /bin/sh
    '/path/to/src/expect-5.44.1/expect-5.44.1/testsuite/configure'
    --prefix=/path/to/expect-5.44.1
    '--with-tcl=/path/to/tcl-8.4.15/lib'
    '--with-tclinclude=/path/to/src/tcl-8.4.15/tcl8.4.15/generic'
    '--with-tk=/path/to/tk-8.4.15/lib'
    '--with-tkinclude=/path/to/tk-8.4.15/include'
    '--prefix=/path/to/expect-5.44.1'
    'CC=gcc -m32'
    'CPPFLAGS=-I/path/to/include '
    'LDFLAGS=-Wl,-rpath,/path/to/lib
    -Wl,-rpath,/path/to/lib64
    -Wl,-rpath,/path/to/libiconv-1.12/lib
    -Wl,--enable-new-dtags -L/path/to/lib
    -L/path/to/lib64 '
    --cache-file=/dev/null
    --srcdir=/path/to/src/expect-5.44.1/expect-5.44.1/testsuite
    configure: warning: CC=gcc -m32: invalid host type configure:
warning:
    CPPFLAGS=-I/path/to/include : invalid
    host type configure: error: can only configure for one host and
one target at
    a time configure: error: /bin/sh
    '/path/to/src/expect-5.44.1/expect-5.44.1/testsuite/configure'
    failed for testsuite

The usage for testsuite/configure indicates that the syntax above is
wrong:

    Usage: configure [options] [host]

That is, the VAR=VALUE syntax is accepted in the toplevel configure,
but not in testsuite/configure.  I just ran the top-level configure to
build expect, which then invoked testsuite/configure as part of the
build process, so it seems that the configure files are not doing the
right thing.  I did not use any VAR=VALUE syntax in my top-level
configure command:

    /path/to/src/expect-5.44.1/expect-5.44.1/configure
    --with-tcl=/path/to/tcl-8.4.15/lib
    --with-tclinclude=/path/to/src/tcl-8.4.15/tcl8.4.15/generic
    --with-tk=/path/to/tk-8.4.15/lib
    --with-tkinclude=/path/to/tk-8.4.15/include
    --prefix=/path/to/expect-5.44.1

anyone know how I could work around this?

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Yorick

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On May 1, 6:03 pm, pooryorick <yorickthep...@gmail.com> wrote:
> expect-5.44.1 build fails with the following error
>

OK, so I just noticed the big red letters at the top of the expect
page saying that expect-5.44 has been recalled and that all links
point to 5.43 :)

But actually that's entirely true.  There's still a link to 5.44 which
basically says

    also available by explicit version as expect-5.44.1.tar.gz

So my next post will be about a problem with the expect debugger
crapping out which inspired me to try out 5.44...


--
Yorick
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