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Re: [ANN]: Sun RPC 4.0, Patch to xdr_float
- To: "Corinna Vinschen" <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: [ANN]: Sun RPC 4.0, Patch to xdr_float
- From: "Suhaib M. Siddiqi" <Ssiddiqi@InspirePharm.Com>
- Date: Mon, 1 Mar 1999 21:54:05 -0500
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>> I guess there is a problem with your rpcgen.exe that's why rstat and
>> rstat_svc is not working.
>> If used your rpcgen.exe, it did not create the header and C code files
>Please, send a short code example, which shows, when it's going wrong.
>Without code example, I don't have a chance.
>All SUN demos are working correctly, including the generation of headers
>and sources by rpcgen. There only seems to be a problem, if rpcgen isn't
>used in the standard way, but with parameters like `-h'.
That's what I did. I simply typed rpcgen -h and a file name (for example
klm_prot.x )in the rpcsv subdirectory. It generated a blank C code file.
At the moment, I needed only XDR functionality to compile one of my
data compression code for molecular dynamics. After you patched the
XDR_FLOAT, I had no problems in compiling the code. Thanks for porting RPC
to Cygwin. It is a very important tool.
>BTW: Patches are appreciated, too!
Will do as soon as I get some time.
With best Regards
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