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Compilation Problems on a AIX with XLC

Hello

I have got some problems of compilation on a AIX IBM,
I use the XLC compilator (And I can't install another one).

I try to compile code Pro*c ".pc" (oracle), I need do a pre-compilation
after the pre-compilation with the my makefile I get the files ".c"
After this a get also the objects files ".o", but no linkage ! and I can't have the exec file !

I have got some errors how I dont understand really :

make -f proc.mk all
506-507 (W) No licenses available. Contact your program supplier to add additional users. Compilation will proceed shortly.
"pmag.c", line 293.28: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "int" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 355.35: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "int" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 357.40: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "int" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 359.40: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "int" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 990.43: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "unsigned char*" and "struct PRE*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 990.47: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "union GLB*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1002.43: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "unsigned char*" and "struct QRY*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1002.47: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "union GLB*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1157.33: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "unsigned char*" and "struct STA*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1157.37: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "union GLB*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1252.25: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "unsigned char*" and "struct ACK*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1252.29: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "union GLB*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1317.25: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "unsigned char*" and "struct ACK*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1317.29: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "union GLB*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1973.18: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "int" is not allowed.
325 1500-010: (W) WARNING in scn_glb: Infinite loop. Program may not stop.
986 1500-010: (W) WARNING in bat_s115: Infinite loop. Program may not stop.
1117 1500-010: (W) WARNING in mag: Infinite loop. Program may not stop.
2417 1500-010: (W) WARNING in oto_s115: Infinite loop. Program may not stop.
cc -L/produits/oracle/v716/lib -o pmag pmag.o /produits/oracle/v716/lib/libsql.a /produits/oracle/v716/lib/osntab.o -lsqlnet -lora /produits/oracle/v716/lib/libpls.a -lsqlnet -lnlsrtl -lcv6 -lcore -lnlsrtl -lcv6 -lcore -lm -lld -lm -lm -lld -lm pmis.o psto.o strategie.o mag.a wwin.a -lcurses
make : 1254-004 Code d'erreur de la dernière commande : 1.
Arrêt.
so the xlc compilator dont speak too mutch...

First: This Warning is very important ? or can I do my compilation ?
506-507 (W) No licenses available. Contact your program supplier to add additional users. Compilation will proceed shortly.
Ma deuxieme question est comment faire une bonne redirection des sorties standard et erreur sur IBM AIX ?

What I need to do to have a good error and standard out redirect on AIX IBM ?

After this I would like compile a simple code :

#include <stdio.h>
main()
{ printf("toto\n");
}
#cc toto.c -o toto
1506-507 (W) No licenses available. Contact your program supplier to add additional users. Compilation will proceed shortly.

#chmod 777 ./toto
#./toto
exec() : 0509-036 Impossible de charger le programme toto
en raison des erreurs suivantes :
0509-108 La section .loader n'existe pas. "can't find the .loader section"

it's a linker error too ? Can you give me some information THX

Alban
Feb 8 '06 #1
6 9369
On Wed, 08 Feb 2006 11:30:48 +0100, alban <ac******@cogelis.com>
wrote:
Hello

I have got some problems of compilation on a AIX IBM,
I use the XLC compilator (And I can't install another one).

I try to compile code Pro*c ".pc" (oracle), I need do a pre-compilation
after the pre-compilation with the my makefile I get the files ".c"
After this a get also the objects files ".o", but no linkage ! and I can't have the exec file !

I have got some errors how I dont understand really :

make -f proc.mk all
506-507 (W) No licenses available. Contact your program supplier to add additional users. Compilation will proceed shortly.
"pmag.c", line 293.28: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "char*" and "int" is not allowed.
It sounds like you are passing a const unsigned char * to a function
which the compiler thinks needs an int. This may be because you have
omitted the header file which contains the prototype for the function.
<snip> 325 1500-010: (W) WARNING in scn_glb: Infinite loop. Program may not stop.
This seems self-explanatory. Do you understand what is meant by
"Infinite loop"? Without seeing the code causing the error, we can't
possibly help on this one.

<snip>
First: This Warning is very important ? or can I do my compilation ?
All warnings are important. Nearly always, they are errors in your
code, and need to be fixed. This is (obviously) especially true if you
don't understand what's causing them.
<snip>
it's a linker error too ? Can you give me some information THX

Most likely, the compiler, being more cautious than you, did not
produce linkable code.

--
Al Balmer
Sun City, AZ
Feb 8 '06 #2
alban wrote:
Hello

I have got some problems of compilation on a AIX IBM,
I use the XLC compilator (And I can't install another one).

I try to compile code Pro*c ".pc" (oracle), I need do a pre-compilation
after the pre-compilation with the my makefile I get the files ".c"
After this a get also the objects files ".o", but no linkage ! and I can't have the exec file !

I have got some errors how I dont understand really :

make -f proc.mk all
506-507 (W) No licenses available. Contact your program supplier to add additional users. Compilation will proceed shortly.
"pmag.c", line 293.28: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "int" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 355.35: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "int" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 357.40: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "int" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 359.40: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "int" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 990.43: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "unsigned char*" and "struct PRE*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 990.47: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "union GLB*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1002.43: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "unsigned char*" and "struct QRY*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1002.47: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "union GLB*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1157.33: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "unsigned char*" and "struct STA*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1157.37: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "union GLB*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1252.25: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "unsigned char*" and "struct ACK*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1252.29: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "union GLB*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1317.25: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "unsigned char*" and "struct ACK*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1317.29: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "union GLB*" is not allowed.
"pmag.c", line 1973.18: 1506-280 (W) Function argument assignment between types "const unsigned char*" and "int" is not allowed.
325 1500-010: (W) WARNING in scn_glb: Infinite loop. Program may not stop.
986 1500-010: (W) WARNING in bat_s115: Infinite loop. Program may not stop.
1117 1500-010: (W) WARNING in mag: Infinite loop. Program may not stop.
2417 1500-010: (W) WARNING in oto_s115: Infinite loop. Program may not stop.
cc -L/produits/oracle/v716/lib -o pmag pmag.o /produits/oracle/v716/lib/libsql.a /produits/oracle/v716/lib/osntab.o -lsqlnet -lora /produits/oracle/v716/lib/libpls.a -lsqlnet -lnlsrtl -lcv6 -lcore -lnlsrtl -lcv6 -lcore -lm -lld -lm -lm -lld -lm pmis.o psto.o strategie.o mag.a wwin.a -lcurses
make : 1254-004 Code d'erreur de la dernière commande : 1.
Arrêt.
so the xlc compilator dont speak too mutch...

First: This Warning is very important ? or can I do my compilation ?
506-507 (W) No licenses available. Contact your program supplier to add additional users. Compilation will proceed shortly.
Ma deuxieme question est comment faire une bonne redirection des sorties standard et erreur sur IBM AIX ?

What I need to do to have a good error and standard out redirect on AIX IBM ?

After this I would like compile a simple code :

#include <stdio.h>
main()
{ printf("toto\n");
}
#cc toto.c -o toto
1506-507 (W) No licenses available. Contact your program supplier to add additional users. Compilation will proceed shortly.

#chmod 777 ./toto
#./toto
exec() : 0509-036 Impossible de charger le programme toto
en raison des erreurs suivantes :
0509-108 La section .loader n'existe pas. "can't find the .loader section"

it's a linker error too ? Can you give me some information THX

Alban


Tyr xlc_r rather than just plain cc. cc is the old K&R1 compiler used
for backward compatibility. It does not like code from code generators,
which is what Pro*C essentially is.
Feb 9 '06 #3
alban wrote:
I have got some problems of compilation on a AIX IBM [...]


Your question is definitely off-topic for comp.lang.c

You might find someone more helpful in comp.unix.aix
Feb 9 '06 #4
On Thu, 09 Feb 2006 12:33:08 +0100, Nudge <ho******@kma.eu.org> wrote:
alban wrote:
I have got some problems of compilation on a AIX IBM [...]
Your question is definitely off-topic for comp.lang.c


No, it isn't. The fact that he is using a specific implementation is
irrelevant to at least part of the problem.
You might find someone more helpful in comp.unix.aix


--
Al Balmer
Sun City, AZ
Feb 9 '06 #5
On Wed, 08 Feb 2006 23:58:16 GMT, Stan Milam <st*****@swbell.net>
wrote:

Tyr xlc_r rather than just plain cc. cc is the old K&R1 compiler used
for backward compatibility. It does not like code from code generators,
which is what Pro*C essentially is.


Are you recommending the use of a compiler which accepts incorrect
code?

--
Al Balmer
Sun City, AZ
Feb 9 '06 #6
On 2006-02-09, Al Balmer <al******@att.net> wrote:
On Wed, 08 Feb 2006 23:58:16 GMT, Stan Milam <st*****@swbell.net>
wrote:

Tyr xlc_r rather than just plain cc. cc is the old K&R1 compiler used
for backward compatibility. It does not like code from code generators,
which is what Pro*C essentially is.


Are you recommending the use of a compiler which accepts incorrect
code?


I suspect that he's saying that "cc" does not accept correct code, not
that xlc_r accepts incorrect code

also note that there is NO code [other than which contains #error] that
a compiler is required by the standard to reject.
Feb 9 '06 #7

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