RT3.0 alpha1 compile problem

this seems a bit strange,
trying to build the rt 3.0 alpha release on a machine that runs rt2 quite happily
$./configure --with-www-user=nobody --with-www-group=nobody
$ make testdeps
/usr/bin/perl ./sbin/testdeps --with-mysql
I18N-COMPAT dependencies:
Can’t use an undefined value as an ARRAY reference at ./sbin/testdeps line 167.
make: *** [testdeps] Error 255

I can’t see anything in ./sbin/testdeps to cause the problem. It looks like
$deps{‘I18N_COMPAT’} = [ _( << ‘.’) ];
Text::Iconv
Encode::compat 0.04
.

foreach my $type (keys %args) {
next unless ($type =~ /^with-(.*?)$/);
my $type = $1;
print “$type dependencies:\n”;
my @deps = (@{$deps{$type}});

…which is where it falls over Any ideas?
perl is 5.6.1, make 3.79 (although I doubt this has anything to do with it as I get
the same result issuing the command line equivalent perl script). System is
x86 linux, running a much upgraded/customised redhat 6.2 install.

cheers
john

I have the same problem on my Debian current stable distribution on i686.
Perl: 5.61
Make: 3.79.1
Kernel: 2.4.18

greetings
stefan

There’s a typo. it will be fixed in the next release.On Thu, Nov 21, 2002 at 11:18:14PM +0100, Stefan Fischer wrote:

I have the same problem on my Debian current stable distribution on i686.
Perl: 5.61
Make: 3.79.1
Kernel: 2.4.18

greetings
stefan

this seems a bit strange,
trying to build the rt 3.0 alpha release on a machine that runs rt2
quite happily
$./configure --with-www-user=nobody --with-www-group=nobody
$ make testdeps
/usr/bin/perl ./sbin/testdeps --with-mysql
I18N-COMPAT dependencies:
Can’t use an undefined value as an ARRAY reference at ./sbin/testdeps line
167.
make: *** [testdeps] Error 255

I can’t see anything in ./sbin/testdeps to cause the problem. It looks
like
$deps{‘I18N_COMPAT’} = [ _( << ‘.’) ];
Text::Iconv
Encode::compat 0.04
.

foreach my $type (keys %args) {
next unless ($type =~ /^with-(.*?)$/);
my $type = $1;
print “$type dependencies:\n”;
my @deps = (@{$deps{$type}});

…which is where it falls over Any ideas?
perl is 5.6.1, make 3.79 (although I doubt this has anything to do with
it as I get
the same result issuing the command line equivalent perl script). System
is
x86 linux, running a much upgraded/customised redhat 6.2 install.

cheers
john


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