RE: UPS 3.35 beta 10

From: Ray Bengen (
Date: Wed Jun 07 2000 - 22:36:13 BST


Thanks so much for the prompt reply.    I'm sorry that I wasn't clear
enough.  You've solved my compiling problem.  My problem is when I use the
released code, 3.34, on Solaris 2.6, that I get the strange behaviour.

I compile some code; built it into an archive; compile the test program; run
ups against the test program; I get no symbols on the screen; I select
test.c from the 'source files' line; I get symbols, but when I click on a
breakpoint, it moves the code to some other place.  Weard.  It's like all
the symbols etc are grunged up.  I can successfully run ups against other
code also compiled under the same compiler.  I'm basically looking for
suggestions or pointers as where to look to fix this problem.  Maybe beta 10
will fix it...  My email shouldn't bounce. .


> -----Original Message-----
> From: []On
> Behalf Of Russell Browne
> Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2000 2:57 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: UPS 3.35 beta 10
> Ray Bengen wrote:
> >
> > Compiling with Sun WorkShop 4.2 on Solaris 2.6.  I'm trying to
> compile this code
> > as I am having a problem running with the released code on 2.6.
>  The problem
> > I'm having is as follows.  I compile a simple C program using a
> linked library
> > also compiled with C, and when I run the program I don't get
> any symbols on
> > the screen.  If I select the source file directly, I get the
> source listing,
> > but all breakpoints seem to happen elsewhere when executed.  I
> hope I've made
> > myself clear.  Any help would be appreciated.
> >
> > Thanx in advance, Ray
> >
> Ray -
> I  confused as to whether you are having trouble compiling UPS, or
> whether UPS is not behaving correctly with your simple program,
> or both.
> I think the compile error can be worked around by setting the following
> at about line 311 of /home/rbi/ups-3.35-beta10/ifdefs.h:
> If, after building, UPS does not behave correctly, perhaps you can
> send me enough material to duplicate the problem (source, compiled
> libraries, etc.) and I'll look into it.
> Russ Browne
> Applied MicroSystems Corp.
> PS - My reply directly to you at bounced back.  Is there
> another email address where I can reach you?

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