err messages during make install-doc

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Mark Miller, Feb 2, 2009.

  1. Mark Miller

    Mark Miller Guest

    Mac.

    I installed readline, then I followed the directions for installing ruby
    1.8.6. I ran "sudo make install" - no errors. When I ran "make
    install-doc", I get the following errors:

    No definition for proc_getpgrp
    ..........................................................
    random.c: ..
    range.c: c................
    re.c: ccc....................................
    regex.c:
    ruby.c:
    signal.c: m....
    No definition for interrupt_init
     
    Mark Miller, Feb 2, 2009
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  2. Mark Miller

    Stefan Lang Guest

    2009/2/2 Mark Miller <>:
    > Mac.
    >
    > I installed readline, then I followed the directions for installing ruby
    > 1.8.6. I ran "sudo make install" - no errors. When I ran "make
    > install-doc", I get the following errors:
    >
    > No definition for proc_getpgrp
    > ..........................................................
    > random.c: ..
    > range.c: c................
    > re.c: ccc....................................
    > regex.c:
    > ruby.c:
    > signal.c: m....
    > No definition for interrupt_init
    > .
    > sprintf.c:
    >
    >
    > followed later by these errors:
    >
    > socket.c: ccccccccccm.
    > No definition for bsock_do_not_rev_lookup
    > .
    > No definition for bsock_do_not_rev_lookup_set
    > .
    > No definition for bsock_s_for_fd
    > .
    > No definition for bsock_close_read
    > .
    > No definition for bsock_close_write
    > .
    > No definition for bsock_shutdown
    > ...
    > No definition for bsock_getsockname
    > .
    > No definition for bsock_getpeername
    > .
    > No definition for bsock_send
    > .
    > No definition for bsock_recv
    > ..
    > No definition for ip_addr
    > .
    > No definition for ip_peeraddr
    > .
    > No definition for ip_recvfrom
    > .
    > No definition for ip_s_getaddress
    > ...
    > No definition for socks_init
    > .
    > No definition for socks_s_close
    > .
    > No definition for tcp_accept
    > ..
    > No definition for tcp_sysaccept
    > .
    > No definition for tcp_svr_init
    > ..
    > No definition for udp_init
    > .
    > No definition for udp_connect
    > .
    > No definition for udp_bind
    > .
    > No definition for udp_send
    > ..
    > No definition for unix_init
    > .
    > No definition for unix_path
    > .
    > No definition for unix_addr
    > .
    > No definition for unix_peeraddr
    > .
    > No definition for unix_recvfrom
    > .
    > No definition for unix_send_io
    > .
    > No definition for unix_recv_io
    > .
    > No definition for unix_s_socketpair
    > .
    > No definition for unix_s_socketpair
    > .
    > No definition for unix_svr_init
    > .
    > No definition for unix_accept
    > ..
    > No definition for unix_sysaccept
    > ..
    > No definition for sock_initialize
    > ..........
    > No definition for sock_s_socketpair
    > .
    > No definition for sock_s_socketpair
    > .
    > No definition for sock_gethostname
    > ..
    > No definition for sock_s_gethostbyaddr
    > ...
    > No definition for sock_s_getnameinfo
    > .
    > No definition for sock_s_pack_sockaddr_in
    > .
    > No definition for sock_s_pack_sockaddr_in
    > .
    > No definition for sock_s_unpack_sockaddr_in
    > .
    > No definition for sock_s_pack_sockaddr_un
    > .
    > No definition for sock_s_pack_sockaddr_un
    > .
    > No definition for sock_s_unpack_sockaddr_un
    >
    > stringio.c: c.....................................................
    >
    >
    >
    > Running the command "ruby -v" tells me I've got version 1.8.6. What are
    > these errors and should I be worried?


    This is output from the documentation generator.
    Maybe the socket api is not properly documented.
    Nothing to be worried about.

    Stefan
     
    Stefan Lang, Feb 2, 2009
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