[Orca-users] unrecognized option `-KPIC'
dwinkler at algorithmics.com
Wed Sep 27 06:19:36 PDT 2006
>From another project with similar issues...
# Run the usual perl Makefile.PL command.
# Edit the resulting Makefile:
* Change the definition of CC to be gcc instead of cc
* Change the definition of LD to be gcc instead of cc
* Change the definition of CCCDLFLAGS to be -fPIC instead of -KPIC
* Change the definition of OPTIMIZE to be -O2 instead of -xO3 -xdepend
# Run make, make test and make install.
From: orca-users-bounces+dwinkler=algorithmics.com at orcaware.com
[mailto:orca-users-bounces+dwinkler=algorithmics.com at orcaware.com] On Behalf
Of Dai, Simon
Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2006 5:03 PM
To: orca-users at orcaware.com
Subject: [Orca-users] unrecognized option `-KPIC'
I'm trying to compile orca 0.27 on a Solaris 10 box but always get the "cc:
unrecognized option `-KPIC'" error.
I know that the flags in the source files aren't supported by Sun's own
compiler so I was using gcc and have already made sure that all cc are
referring to gcc ... and I've tried gcc from version 2.95 through 3.3 with
Could you kindly suggest how I can get around this?
Thanks a lot in advance.
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