Re: Compiling on FreeBSD
> Hi there
> I'm a FreeBSD n00b, but that's what my
> hosting provider runs, and I'd really
> like to use this there.
I'm not familiar with FreeBSD, but this looks like it is the result of differences in the make command on your OS.
> Simply trying to
> compile results in this:
> jean@jail01 ~/src/rtf : make
... [stuff deleted]
> g++ -o rtf-converter -L./
> -L/usr/home/jean/src/rtf/ -L.
> g++: No input files specified
> *** Error code 1
Perhaps if you explicitly list the .o files then the link phase will work on BSD? e.g.
g++ -o rtf-converter bodydestination.o charoutput.o charsource.o destination.o filecharsource.o graphicstate.o ignoredestination.o infodestination.o linktracker.o rtfparser.o rtftohtml.o stylemap.o stylesheetdestination.o tag.o token.o tokeniser.o -L./ -L/usr/home/jean/src/rtf/ -L.
Re: RTF converter
% I really want to use this program but I
> am having trouble installing it. When I
> run make I get this error:
> g++ -c -o bodydestination.o
> bodydestination.cpp -I- -I./ -Iinclude
> bodydestination.cpp:577: no matching
> function for call to `Tag::Tag(
> Can anyone please help with this?
Version 1 of rtf-converter is not compatible with the
latest versions of gcc. I have a bug-fix version available
which I'll try to upload soon!