Going from Linux to QNX6 involves about the same amount of fuss as going to
another Unix (but it is harder than going between Linux distros of course).
Do not be afraid if configure does not finish - those are usually minor
problems. Linux people are so used to the fact that configure ‘just works’,
they forget it was designed to be a porting tool, not ‘make extension’.
Little digging will be rewarding. Look into the configure script and see why
Btw, I did build doxygen.
“Nick C.” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com…
Version 1.3.4 is available for QNX 6.3.0 but I really need 1.3.8. I
the tarball and tried to compile it like I do under linux.
./configure wouldn’t finish.
Is there a porting guide/docs/best practices for porting code from Linux
Is it that much harder to port something to QNX 6.3.0 than it is to go
one linux distro to another or to another U*IX platform?