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WlanMan
10-04-2005, 15:44
Hi

For some software projects i need libcurl to compile, and since it is some bigger package it wont compile without hasle. I commented out checks about C++ fails sanity check in the configure script, and compiling starts but then ends up some time later with no exact errors (script uses mipsel-uclibc-g++).

Does anyone hase some tips to get this running, and in general the C++ support on the wl500. I heared some rumors about its not working, but can someone explain this in detail ?

Greets

hugo
10-04-2005, 16:15
I don't understand your need. Libcurl is available as a binary in one of my port, as a package using ipkg in latest Oleg's firmware and unslug repository.
Also, compiling C++ programs is perfectly working as long as you use glibc toolchain( ie target mipsel-linux) and use static linking (but of course not needed for compiling a library.)

WlanMan
10-04-2005, 21:12
Libcurl is available as a binary in one of my port, as a package using ipkg in latest Oleg's firmware and unslug repository
Ok fine, but where. I found nothing :).
So, if its just the binary how to i link my software against the headers ?

Greets

Oleg
11-04-2005, 09:48
Just use unslung build system.

WlanMan
13-04-2005, 18:17
Just use unslung build system.
Ohouhu :eek:
Hehe, Asus stuff filled my linux hd to 80% ... i need some other linux box first to do this, but i will look into. thx :)

hugo
13-04-2005, 18:36
If you manage to make the C++ package for unslung, it will be a nice addition as bigger package available like xmail or python have dependency over it. :)