Compiling DCOracle2 on RH Linux 8.0

Bill Scherer Bill.Scherer at verizonwireless.com
Wed Jan 28 14:44:58 CET 2004


Ron Reidy wrote:

>dripton at wizard.net (David Ripton) wrote in message news:<8725c51c.0401241912.316a7cfc at posting.google.com>...
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>>reidyre at yahoo.com (Ron Reidy) wrote in message news:<ab425431.0401211512.6c698e00 at posting.google.com>...
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>>>I am trying to compile DCOracle2 on RedHat 8.0 and make is giving me
>>>the following error:
>>>
>>>gcc -pthread -fPIC -DNDEBUG -g -O3 -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes
>>>-I/usr/local/include/python2.3 -I/usr/local/include/python2.3 @DEFS@  
>>>-I/oracle/app/oracle/9i/rdbms/demo
>>>-I/oracle/app/oracle/9i/network/public
>>>-I/oracle/app/oracle/9i/plsql/public
>>>-I/oracle/app/oracle/9i/rdbms/public -DORACLE9i -c ././dco2.c -o
>>>./dco2.o
>>>gcc: cannot specify -o with -c or -S and multiple compilations
>>>
>>>
>>>Did I do something wrong?
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>>No.  The DCOracle2 build process isn't very robust.
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>>Look at src/Makefile.  Find a line that says "DEFS=%DEFS" and change
>>it to "DEFS=-fno-strict-aliasing"
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>David,
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>Thanks.  That worked well.  Now, how do I install it?  The only copies
>of dco2.so that exist are in the directory tree where I built the
>library.  In searching for any kind of install directios, I found
>nothing like 'make install', etc.
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Ron -

At the same sevel as the src folder where you built dco2.so, you should 
find a DCOracle2 folder.  Put dco2.so in that folder, and copy that 
folder into your $PYTHONPATH (site-packages/ would do fine).  Then you 
should be able to start your python and import DCOracle2.

HTH,

  Bill

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>Thanks you your help.
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