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Re: Utils2_ak error gcc: error: unrecognized comma

Posted By: Spokey Wheeler
Date: Friday, 7 July 2017, at 12:13 p.m.

In Response To: Utils2_ak error gcc: error: unrecognized command l (ENKI ROMERO)

This is because the esql precompiler is configured to general options for IBMs xlc compiler.

I would copy it somewhere safe and then change the original to generate the appropriate gcc equivalents of the xlc options.

No, I dont know what they are.

Also, make sure you dont have the xlc compiler (or parts thereof) installed. It can also cause weirdness. And if it is installed, just use that.

> On 7 Jul 2017, at 16:47, ENKI ROMERO <en.ki17@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi guys,
>
> We download utils2_ak and installed in server
>
> System Model: IBM,8286-42A
> Machine Serial Number: 213713W
> Processor Type: PowerPC_POWER8
> Processor Implementation Mode: POWER 8
> Processor Version: PV_8_Compat
> Number Of Processors: 2
> Processor Clock Speed: 3891 MHz
> CPU Type: 64-bit
> Kernel Type: 64-bit
> LPAR Info: 5 QROPSIFIMG
> Memory Size: 20480 MB
> Good Memory Size: 20480 MB
> Platform Firmware level: SV830_068
> Firmware Version: IBM,FW830.10 (SV830_068)
>
> With GCC
>
> :/home/crcruz/Utils2_ak:gcc -v
> Using built-in specs.
> COLLECT_GCC=gcc
>
> COLLECT_LTO_WRAPPER=/opt/freeware/libexec/gcc/powerpc-ibm-aix7.1.0.0/4.7.2/lto-wrapper
> Target: powerpc-ibm-aix7.1.0.0
> Configured with: ../gcc-4.7.2/configure --with-as=/usr/bin/as
> --with-ld=/usr/bin/ld --enable-languages=c,c++,fortran --prefix=/opt/freeware
> --mandir=/opt/freeware/man --infodir=/opt/freeware/info --enable-threads
> --enable-version-specific-runtime-libs --disable-nls
> --enable-decimal-float=dpd --host=powerpc-ibm-aix7.1.0.0
> Thread model: aix
> gcc version 4.7.2 (GCC)
>
> And Makefile
>
> #
> # This version is GNU Make specific
> #
>
> # If your copy of GNU make is not called 'make' or is not first in
> # your path set the variable MAKE appropriately so the recursive make
> # of myschema will use the correct version of make.
> MAKE=make
>
> ..SUFFIXES:
> ..SUFFIXES: .ec .c .o
>
> # INSTALLDIR is used when you run 'make install'. Set it to the bin directory
> # you would like the executables installed into.
> INSTALLDIR=/usr/local/bin
>
> # Uncomment appropriate options.
>
> ESQL=/informix/bin/esql
> # ESQL=c4gl # For using C4GL 7.xx if you don't have iSDK or ESQL/C
>
> # PLTFM_FLAGS=-O
> # PLTFM_FLAGS=-O3 # For GNU C (gcc) to maximize code optimization
> # PLTFM_FLAGS=-O -Ae # For HP's C compiler to enable ANSI source parsing
> # PLTFM_FLAGS=-O -Ae +DD64 # For HP to enable ANSI and 64bit executable
> ## PLTFM_FLAGS=-O2 -qmaxmem=32768 # For AIX to improve code optimization if
> desired
> PLTFM_FLAGS=-q64 -O2 -qmaxmem=32768 -static # AIX 64bit mode static link
> # PLTFM_FLAGS=-O -xarch=v9 # For Solaris to get a 64bit executable using
> Solaris C or WS
>
> CFLAGS=$(PLTFM_FLAGS) -DHAVE_GNU_GETOPT=1 -DHAVE_GETOPT_H=1 # Use my getopt w/
> listdb7 & dostats
> GETOPT=getopt.c
> GETOPTFLG=-I.
>
> # If you have AIX or an older HPUX you may need to download and compile my
> # portable ar utility ar2 from the IIUG Software Repository. In that case
> # uncomment the following line and comment the one after.
> AR=ar2
> ##AR=ar
>
> EDFLAGS=
> ##EDFLAGS=-g # For debugging in ESQL/C source.
> # EDFLAGS=-G # For debugging in C source (better).
> # EDFLAGS=-g -keep # For debugging using the C4GL compiler script
>
> ##GEN=-L/usr/lib -lgen # Library containing the function basename().
> GEN=-lc # On AIX and some other BSD UNIXes the libgen funcs are in libc
>
> ##ECFLAGS=$(EDFLAGS) $(CFLAGS)
> ECFLAGS=$(EDFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) -DNOINT8=1 -EDC4GL_720_COMPILER=1 # Needed for
> ESQL/C 7.xx or C4GL 7.xx
> #ECFLAGS=$(EDFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) -EDbigint=int # Needed for CSDK versions prior
> to 3.50 that don't
> # support BIGINT. Note support of very large tables
> # is disabled for these CSDK versions.
>
> CC=gcc
> # CC=cc # For HP and others without GNU C
> # CC=xlc # For AIX
> INFORMIXC=$(CC)
>
> progs: ul printfreeB listdb5 listdb7 dostats dbdelete dbcopy dbstruct
> sqlstruct myschema dbscript dbsavail dbmove bload bunload
>
> install: progs
>
> chmod u+w printfreeB listdb5 listdb7 dostats dbdelete dbcopy dbstruct
> sqlstruct myschema ul bload bunload mydbdiff drive_dostats dbsc
> ript dbsavail dbmove
>
> chmod +x printfreeB listdb5 listdb7 dostats dbdelete dbcopy dbstruct sqlstruct
> myschema ul bload bunload mydbdiff drive_dostats dbscr
> ipt dbsavail dbmove
>
> cp -p printfreeB listdb5 listdb7 dostats dbdelete dbcopy dbstruct sqlstruct
> myschema ul mydbdiff drive_dostats dbscript dbsavail dbmo
> ve $(INSTALLDIR)
>
> -rm $(INSTALLDIR)/bunload $(INSTALLDIR)/bload
>
> -ln $(INSTALLDIR)/ul $(INSTALLDIR)/bload
>
> -ln $(INSTALLDIR)/ul $(INSTALLDIR)/bunload
>
> touch -h $(INSTALLDIR)/bunload $(INSTALLDIR)/bload
>
> ul: ul.ec
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $^ $(GEN)
>
> bload: ul
>
> -rm bload
>
> -ln ul bload
>
> touch -h bload
>
> bunload: ul
>
> -rm bunload
>
> -ln ul bunload
>
> touch -h bunload
>
> printfreeB: printfreeB.ec
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $^
>
> listdb5: listdb5.ec
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $^
>
> listdb7: listdb7.ec $(GETOPT)
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $^
>
> dbstruct: dbstruct.ec
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $^
>
> sqlstruct: sqlstruct.ec $(GETOPT)
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $^
>
> dbscript: dbscript.ec $(GETOPT)
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $^
>
> dbsavail: dbsavail.ec $(GETOPT)
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $^
>
> dbmove: dbmove.ec $(GETOPT)
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $^
>
> # For dostats: Some platforms may require the addition of '-cp' to the
> # compile line above to eliminate spurious warnings caused by dual
> # declaration of getrowcount() for C4GL use. -- Art S. Kagel
> #
> # If you have a server or compiler which is not supported by dostats_ng.ec,
> # change the source file to dostats.ec If you are also using c4gl to compile
> # you will have to edit the makefile. The 4gl compiler is not supported
> # by dostats_ng.ec
> #
> dostats: dostats_ng.ec $(GETOPT)
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $?
>
> dbdelete: dbdelete.ec
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $?
>
> dbcopy: dbcopy.ec
>
> INFORMIXC=$(INFORMIXC) $(ESQL) $(ECFLAGS) -o $@ $?
>
> myschema: myschema.d
>
> cd myschema.d; \
>
> $(MAKE) -f myschema.mk.norcs; \
>
> cp -p myschema ..
>
> myschema.d:
>
> if [ ! -d myschema.d ]; then mkdir myschema.d; fi; \
>
> if [ ! -f myschema.d/myschema.source.ar ]; then mv myschema.source.ar
> myschema.d; fi; \
>
> cd myschema.d; \
>
> if [ ! -f myschema.ec ]; then $(AR) -x myschema.source.ar; fi; \
>
> cd ..
>
> When we execute the make command we gets this error messages
>
> /home/crcruz/Utils2_ak:make
>
> INFORMIXC=gcc /informix/bin/esql -q64 -O2 -qmaxmem=32768 -static
> -DHAVE_GNU_GETOPT=1 -DHAVE_GETOPT_H=1 -DNOINT8=1 -EDC4GL_720_COMPILER=1 -o ul
> -lc
> gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-qchars=signed'
> gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-q64'
> gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-qlanglvl=extc99'
> gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-qalign=natural'
> gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-qcheck=nullptr'
> gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-qmaxmem=-1'
> gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-qspill=2000'
> gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-q64'
> gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-qmaxmem=32768'
> make: 1254-004 The error code from the last command is 1.
>
> Stop.
>
> Some one could help us?
>
> Regards
>
> CCR
>
>
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