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On 4/7/2010 11:12 AM, Török Edwin wrote:
> On 04/07/2010 07:08 PM, Clayton Keller wrote:
>> I am testing out the ./configure and make on an older RedHat 7.3 Server.
>> I am seeing the following in the ./configure output:
>> checking for supported C++ compiler version... configure: error: C++
>> compiler too old (2.96)
> You are aware that 2.96 is NOT a production compiler, but a development
> version, right?
> "We would like to point out that GCC 2.96 is not a formal GCC release
> nor will there ever be such a release. Rather, GCC 2.96 has been the
> code- name for our development branch that will eventually become GCC 3.0."
Oddly enough that is the compiler they shipped with this release, as far
as I am aware of.
>> While I know this is a much out dated OS, and with that an old compiler,
>> the source did seem to compile without error for me during the make
>> Is there anything I may need to be aware of that could come up because
>> of this warning and version of the compiler?
> It will disable the compilation of the JIT, and you'll get an
> interpreter instead for ClamAV's bytecode.
> Does 'make check' pass?
All 6 tests passed
(6 tests were not run)
I don't see any other errors thrown during 'make check'. All she be OK,
even with the skips?