Re: OpenDKIM v1.2.0-Beta0 available

From: Jose-Marcio Martins da Cruz <>
Date: Tue, 24 Nov 2009 21:49:18 +0100

Murray S. Kucherawy wrote:

>> Hmm. We might be using *_CFLAGS in some places where we should be
>> using *_CPPFLAGS. Seems to me the preprocessor pass might receive the
>> latter but not the former.
> Yep, that fixed it. I'll send you a new configure script to try shortly, when I have a new OpenSSL installed and have tested it there.

Thanks !!! 8-)

The patch solved the library issue.

I'll try to run it tomorrow.

Just a hint to when you'll work on the signed char warnings...

configure shows some warnings and there is this at config.log file :

configure:12625: checking for limits.h
configure:12634: result: yes
configure:12514: checking iso/limits_iso.h usability
configure:12531: cc -xc99=all -c -g conftest.c >&5
configure:12538: $? = 0
configure:12552: result: yes
configure:12556: checking iso/limits_iso.h presence
configure:12571: cc -xc99=all -E conftest.c
"/usr/include/iso/limits_iso.h", line 51: #error: "chars are signed or
cc: acomp failed for conftest.c

Around line 51 of limits_iso.h file, there is this :

#if defined(_CHAR_IS_SIGNED)
#define CHAR_MIN SCHAR_MIN /* min value of a "char" */
#define CHAR_MAX SCHAR_MAX /* max value of a "char" */
#elif defined(_CHAR_IS_UNSIGNED)
#define CHAR_MIN 0 /* min value of a "char" */
#define CHAR_MAX UCHAR_MAX /* max value of a "char" */
#error "chars are signed or unsigned"

I haven't looked anything more, but this may be a hint. Either way, this
signed vs unsigned issues appeared also with gcc-4... and Sun C compiler
is much more rigourous than gcc. PITA... ;-(

  Jose Marcio MARTINS DA CRUZ 
  Ecole des Mines de Paris
  60, bd Saint Michel                      75272 - PARIS CEDEX 06
Received on Tue Nov 24 2009 - 20:49:57 PST

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