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Re: Utils2_ak error gcc: error: unrecognized comma

Posted By: ENKI ROMERO
Date: Monday, 10 July 2017, at 5:14 p.m.

In Response To: Re: Utils2_ak error gcc: error: unrecognized comma (Art Kagel)

Hi guys,

We still have a problem to execute the make

esql (copy from informix home directory to current working directory)

=====================================================================
esql
----------------------------------------------------------------------

#!/bin/sh
: '
: ************************************************************************
:
:
: Licensed Material - Property Of IBM
:
: "Restricted Materials of IBM"
:
: IBM Informix Client SDK
:
: Copyright IBM Corporation 2006, 2011. All rights reserved.
:
:
: Title: esql.sh
: Description: Source for shell script for running the ESQL/C preprocessor
:
: *************************************************************************
: '
INFDIR=${INFORMIXDIR=/usr/informix}
PREPCC=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/esqlc
CC="${INFORMIXC=cc} -qchars=signed -m64 -qlanglvl=extc99 -qalign=natural -qcheck=nullptr -qspill=2000 "
CC_TH="${INFORMIXC=xlc_r} -qchars=signed -m64 -qlanglvl=extc99 -qalign=natural -qcheck=nullptr -qspill=2000 "
CPP="${INFORMIXCPP=xlC} -qchars=signed -m64 -qlanglvl=extc99 -qalign=natural -qcheck=nullptr -qspill=2000 "
CPP_TH="${INFORMIXCPP=xlC_r} -qchars=signed -m64 -qlanglvl=extc99 -qalign=natural -qcheck=nullptr -qspill=2000 "
STATICFLAGS=""

CP=${INFORMIXCP="$CC -E -C"} # cpp which runs before esqlc
PROTECT=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/eprotect # make SQL keyword protection
UPROTECT="${INFDIR}/lib/esql/eprotect -u" # undo SQL keyword protection

CC_AMD32=""

Usage()
{

echo '
Usage: esql [-e] [-thread] [-glu] [esqlcargs] [-cc] [otherargs] [-o outfile]

[-cp] [-onlycp] [-np] [-nup]

[-libs] esqlfile.ec [othersrc.c...] [otherobj.o...] [-lyourlib...]

'

infxmsg 33490 -e

infxmsg 33491 -thread

infxmsg 33492 -glu

infxmsg 33494 -esqlcargs

infxmsg 33495 -cc

infxmsg 33496 otherargs

infxmsg 33497 -o

infxmsg 33498 -libs

infxmsg 33499 -cp

infxmsg 38700 -onlycp

infxmsg 38701 -np

infxmsg 38702 -nup

}

if [ x$UNAMEM = "xx86_64" ]
then

CC="$CC $CC_AMD32"

CPP="$CPP $CC_AMD32"
else

CC=$CC

CPP=$CPP
fi

: '
: INFORMIX Global Language Support extensions
:
: Please set an appropriate value to the CC8BITLEVEL shell variable.
: See guidelines below for specifying appropriate CC8BITLEVEL values.
: '

MBFILTER=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/esqlmf
CC8BITLEVEL=${CC8BITLEVEL-0}

: '
: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
: CC8BITLEVEL Remarks
: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
:
: 0 C compiler does not allow 8th bit set bytes in literal
: strings and comments.
:
: 1 C compiler does not allow 8th bit set bytes in literal
: strings.
:
: 2 C compiler allows 8th bit set bytes in literal strings; it
: expects all bytes in a multiple-byte character to have the
: 8th bit set. The compiler complains about literal strings if
: any byte of a multiple-byte character is not 8th bit set.
:
: Compilers on Japanese EUC codeset machines usually exhibit
: this behavior.
:
: For example, the compiler will not allow literal multiple
: byte characters with the bytes (\), ("), and (%).
:
: 3 C compiler allows 8th bit set bytes in literal strings; it
: does not expect all bytes in a multiple-byte character to
: have the 8th bit set.
:
: Compilers on Japanese Shift-JIS codeset machines exhibit this
: behavior. This also applies to Chinese Shift-Big5 codeset
: C compilers.
:
: For example, the compiler will accept literal multiple byte
: characters with bytes (\), ("), or (%) as the non-zeroth
: byte of a multibyte character.
:
: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
: CC8BITLEVEL Causes $MBFILTER to be invoked as follows:
: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
:
: 0 $MBFILTER -all -comm
: 1 $MBFILTER -all
: 2 $MBFILTER
: 3 -- $MBFILTER is not executed --
:
: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
:
: End of INFORMIX Global Language Support extensions
:
: '

STAT=0
TYPE=unix
A=
AO=
B=
BO=
CA=
PA=
PREONLY=
NOLINK=
INCLUDE=
THREAD=
THREAD_SUB=
STATOPT=
TLIB=
THRLIB=
THLIB_SUB=
CPFIRSTFILE=FALSE
CPONLY=FALSE
CPPOPTS=
ETARGET=
STAT=0
CFILE=FALSE
CCOPT=
CPF_DEF=
## Check for static option and set STATOPT if option is set

for pass in $*
do

case $pass in

-cc )

CCOPT=TRUE

;;

-glu )

if [ "x$CCOPT" = "x" ]

then

GLUOPT=TRUE

GL_USEGLU=1; export GL_USEGLU

fi

;;

-thread )

if [ "x$CCOPT" = "x" ]

then

THREAD_SUB="-thread"

fi

;;

-static )

if [ "x$CCOPT" = "x" ]

then

STATOPT="TRUE"

fi

;;

* )

;;

esac
done

CCOPT=

# If libraries are added or removed make sure to update -libs option
if [ "x$STATOPT" != "x" ]
then

SLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifsql.a

GLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifgen.a

OLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifos.a

ALIB=${INFDIR}/lib/libifasf.a

GLSLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifgls.a

GLXLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifglx.a

COMB="$OLIB $GLIB"

NETSTUB=${INFDIR}/lib/netstub.a
else

SLIB=-lifsql

GLIB=-lifgen

OLIB=-lifos

ALIB=-lifasf

GLSLIB=-lifgls

GLXLIB=-lifglx

NETSTUB="-lnetstub "
fi

SYSLIB="-lc_r -lmsaa -lbsd -ldl -lm_r "
SYSNLIB="-ltli"
TLILIB="/usr/lib/libnsl.a /usr/lib/libnsl.so"
THLIB=$THREADLIB
CHKAPI=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/checkapi.o
LPATH=${LPATH=${INFDIR}/lib}

nettli="FALSE"
# check for the existence of libraries specified in TLILIB
if test "x$TLILIB" != "x " -a "x$TLILIB" != "x"
then

for lib in $TLILIB

do

if test -f $lib

then

nettli="TRUE"

break

else

continue

fi

done

# Update SYSNLIB if nettli is false

if test "$nettli" = "FALSE"

then

remove=`echo $lib | sed -e s:\/.*\/lib:-l: -e s:[.].*$::`

SYSNLIB=`echo $SYSNLIB | sed -e s:"$remove":: `

fi
else

nettli=""
fi

# check if -thread option is used, then dynamic binding to be used by making
# sure that -thread option is applied before the .ec file is processed.

UNAMEM=`uname -m`
case $# in
0)

Usage

echo ""

$PREPCC

exit 1
esac

ONLYCFILES=

while true
do

case $1 in

*.c )

A="$A $1"

BASE="`basename $1 .c`"

AO="$AO $BASE.o"

ONLYCFILES="$ONLYCFILES $1"

CFILE="TRUE"

shift

;;

*.C )

B="$B $1"

BASE="`basename $1 .C`"

BO="$BO $BASE.o"

shift

;;

*.cpp )

B="$B $1"

BASE="`basename $1 .cpp`"

BO="$BO $BASE.o"

shift

;;

*.cxx )

B="$B $1"

BASE="`basename $1 .cxx`"

BO="$BO $BASE.o"

shift

;;

-cc )

CCOPT=TRUE

shift

;;

-shared )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

fi

shift

;;

-static )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

STATOPT="TRUE"

if [ "x$THREAD" != "x" ]

then

SLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libthsql.a

GLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libthgen.a

OLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libthos.a

ALIB=${INFDIR}/lib/libthasf.a

GLSLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifgls.a

GLXLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifglx.a

COMB="$OLIB $GLIB"

NETSTUB=${INFDIR}/lib/netstub.a

if [ "x$THLIB" = "xDCE" -o "x$THLIB" = "xdce" ]

then

TLIB="-ldce"

else

if [ "x$THLIB" = "xSOL" -o "x$THLIB" = "xsol" ]

then

TLIB=""

else

if [ "x$THLIB" = "xPOSIX" -o "x$THLIB" = "xposix" ]

then

TLIB="-lpthreads"

else

if [ "x$THLIB" = "xdynamic" -o "x$THLIB" = "xDYNAMIC" ]

then

TLIB=""

else

infxmsg -33413

exit 1

fi

fi

fi

fi

if [ "x$THLIB" != "x" ]

then

THRLIB="$TLIB -ltli_r"

fi

else

SLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifsql.a

GLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifgen.a

OLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifos.a

ALIB=${INFDIR}/lib/libifasf.a

GLSLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifgls.a

GLXLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifglx.a

COMB="$OLIB $GLIB"

NETSTUB=${INFDIR}/lib/netstub.a

fi

fi

shift

;;

-thread)

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

SYSTHRLIB="-lmsaa_r -lbsd_r -ldl -lc_r -lm_r "

SYSTHRNLIB="-ltli_r"

if [ "x$STATOPT" != "x" ]

then

SLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libthsql.a

GLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libthgen.a

OLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libthos.a

ALIB=${INFDIR}/lib/libthasf.a

GLSLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifgls.a

GLXLIB=${INFDIR}/lib/esql/libifglx.a

COMB="$OLIB $GLIB"

NETSTUB=${INFDIR}/lib/netstub.a

else

SLIB=-lthsql

GLIB=-lthgen

OLIB=-lthos

ALIB=-lthasf

GLSLIB=-lifgls

GLXLIB=-lifglx

fi

PA="$PA $1"

THREAD=TRUE

if [ "x$THLIB" = "xDCE" -o "x$THLIB" = "xdce" ]

then

TLIB="-ldce"

THLIB_SUB=dce

INCLUDE="$INCLUDE -I/usr/include/dce"

else

if [ "x$THLIB" = "xSOL" -o "x$THLIB" = "xsol" ]

then

TLIB=""

THLIB_SUB=thread

else

if [ "x$THLIB" = "xPOSIX" -o "x$THLIB" = "xposix" ]

then

TLIB="-lpthreads"

THLIB_SUB="pthreads"

else

if [ "x$THLIB" = "xdynamic" -o "x$THLIB" = "xDYNAMIC" ]

then

TLIB=""

THLIB_SUB=""

else

infxmsg -33413

exit 1

fi

fi

fi

fi

THRLIB="$TLIB -ltli_r"

if [ "x$THLIB" != "x" -a "x$THLIB_SUB" != "x" ]

then

if [ ! -f /usr/lib/lib$THLIB_SUB.a ]

then

infxmsg -33413

exit 1

fi

fi

CC="$CC_TH -DIFX_THREAD -D_REENTRANT"

CPP="$CPP_TH -DIFX_THREAD -D_REENTRANT"

SYSLIB="$SYSTHRLIB"

SYSNLIB="$SYSNLIB_NONE"

fi

shift

;;

*.ec )

FNAME=$1

ECFILE=TRUE

X="`basename $1 .ec`"

Y="$X.c"

ONLYCFILES="$ONLYCFILES $Y"

A="$A $Y"

AO="$AO $X.o"

shift

;;

*.ecpp )

FNAME=$1

ECPPFILE=TRUE

X="`basename $1 .ecpp`"

Y="$X.C"

B="$B $Y"

BO="$BO $X.o"

shift

;;

-o )

if [ "x$2" = "x" ]

then

infxmsg -33414

exit 1

fi

case $2 in

*.ec)

infxmsg -33415 $2

exit 1

esac

#

# Accumulate the -o options in a new variable called

# ETARGET. If the user has set GL_USEGLU, will need just the

# filenames if "-c" option is not given. Later on, ETARGET

# is merged in with the variable A

#

# Same with CPPOPTS.

#

# No change in behaviour, if GL_USEGLU is not set.

#

if [ x$GL_USEGLU = "x1" ]

then

ETARGET="$ETARGET $1"

else

A="$A $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

fi

CA="$CA $1"

shift

if [ x$GL_USEGLU = "x1" ]

then

ETARGET="$ETARGET $1"

else

A="$A $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

fi

CA="$CA $1"

shift

;;

-e )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

PREONLY=1;

fi

shift

;;

-c )

NOLINK=1;

A="$A $1"

shift

;;

-I* )

if [ "x$CCOPT" = "x" ]

then

PA="$PA $1"

fi

INCLUDE="$INCLUDE $1"

shift

;;

-V )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

shift

else

$PREPCC $1

STAT=$?

exit $STAT

fi

;;

-version )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

shift

else

$PREPCC $1

STAT=$?

exit $STAT

fi

;;

-T )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1 $2"

CA="$CA $1 $2"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1 $2"

else

TYPE="$2"

fi

shift

shift

;;

-icheck )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

PA="$PA $1"

fi

shift

;;

-P )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

PA="$PA $1"

PREONLY=1;

fi

shift

;;

-g )

CC="$CC -g"

CPP="$CPP -g"

PA="$PA $1"

shift

;;

-G )

CC="$CC -g"

CPP="$CPP -g"

PA="$PA $1"

shift

;;

-nln )

CC="$CC -g"

CPP="$CPP -g"

PA="$PA $1"

shift

;;

-ED* )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

PA="$PA $1"

fi

shift

;;

-EU* )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

PA="$PA $1"

fi

shift

;;

-ansi )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

PA="$PA $1"

fi

shift

;;

-keepccomment )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

PA="$PA $1"

fi

shift

;;

-xopen )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

PA="$PA $1"

fi

shift

;;

-nowarn )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

PA="$PA $1"

fi

shift

;;

-local )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

else

PA="$PA $1"

fi

shift

;;

-log )

if test $# -lt 2

then
# esql: file name required with -log

infxmsg -33412

exit 1

else

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1 $2"

CA="$CA $1 $2"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1 $2"

else

PA="$PA $1 $2"

fi

shift 2

fi

;;

-libs )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

shift

else

# missing TLILIBS, add the stub library

if [ "$nettli" = "FALSE" ]

then

SYSNLIB="$SYSNLIB $NETSTUB "

fi

if test "$STATOPT"

then

for library in $A $B $COMB $SLIB $ALIB $COMB $GLSLIB $SYSNLIB $SYSLIB $GLXLIB $THRLIB

do

echo $library

done

else

for library in $A $B $SLIB $ALIB $GLIB $OLIB $GLSLIB $SYSNLIB $SYSLIB $CHKAPI $GLXLIB $THRLIB

do

echo $library

done

fi

STAT=$?

exit $STAT

fi

;;

-onlycp ) # run only C preprocessor

CPFIRST=TRUE;

CPONLY=TRUE;

PREONLY=1;

shift

;;

-cp ) # run C preprocessor before esqlc

CPFIRST=TRUE;

shift

;;

-np ) # noprotect

PROTECTOPT=-n

UPROTECTOPT=-n

shift

;;

-nup ) # nounprotect

UPROTECTOPT=-n

CPFIRST=TRUE;

CPONLY=TRUE;

PREONLY=1

shift

;;

*.ecp ) # run C preprocessor before esqlc

FNAME=$1

ECFILE=TRUE

Y="`basename $1 .ecp`".c

A="$A $Y"

ONLYCFILES="$ONLYCFILES $Y"

Y="`basename $1 .ecp`"

AO="$AO $Y.o"

CPFIRSTFILE=TRUE;

shift

;;

-glu )

if [ "x$CCOPT" != "x" ]

then

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

fi

shift

;;

-* ) # collect the options

A="$A $1"

CA="$CA $1"

if [ "x$GL_USEGLU" = "x1" -a "x$CCOPT" = "xTRUE" ]

then

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS"

else

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

fi

shift

;;

"" )

break;

;;

* )

A="$A $1"

CPPOPTS="$CPPOPTS $1"

shift

;;

esac

# preprocess .ec, .ecp or .ecpp files

if test "$ECFILE" -o "$ECPPFILE"

then

if [ "$CPFIRST" = "TRUE" -o "$CPFIRSTFILE" = "TRUE" ]; then

base=`basename $FNAME .ecp`

base=`basename $base .ec`

if [ "$PROTECTOPT" = "-n" ]; then

cpinput=$base.pcp.c

cp $FNAME $cpinput

cpoutput=$base.icp

else #make protected file for C-preprocessor

cpinput=$base.pcp.c

if [ "$UPROTECTOPT" = "-n" ]; then

cpoutput=$base.icp

else

cpoutput=$base.tmp

fi

CPF_DEF=-CP

$PROTECT $PROTECTOPT $FNAME >$cpinput

fi

$CP $INCLUDE -I$INFDIR/incl/esql $CA $cpinput > $cpoutput

STAT=$?

if [ "$UPROTECTOPT" != "-n" ]; then

$UPROTECT $UPROTECTOPT < $cpoutput > $base.icp

fi

if [ "$STAT" = 0 ]; then

rm -f $base.tmp $base.pcp.c

fi

FNAME=$base.icp

CPFIRSTFILE=FALSE

fi

if [ "$STAT" = 0 -a "$CPONLY" != "TRUE" ]; then

if [ "x$THREAD_SUB" != "x" ]

then

$PREPCC $THREAD_SUB $PA $CPF_DEF -t $TYPE $FNAME

STAT=$?

else

$PREPCC $PA $CPF_DEF -t $TYPE $FNAME

STAT=$?

fi

CFILE="TRUE"

fi

if [ "$STAT" = 0 -a "$CPONLY" != "TRUE" ]; then

rm -f $base.icp

fi

if test "$STAT" != "0"

then

exit $STAT

fi

ECFILE=

ECPPFILE=

fi
done

if test "$PREONLY"
then

exit $STAT
fi

# missing TLILIBS, add the stub library
if [ "$nettli" = "FALSE" ]
then

SYSNLIB="$SYSNLIB $NETSTUB "
fi

: '
: INFORMIX Global Language Support extensions
:
: Preprocess multibyte characters in .c files before invoking C compiler
: '

if [ "X$CC8BITLEVEL" != "X3" -a "X$ESQLMF" = "X1" ] ; then

if [ X$CC8BITLEVEL = X0 ] ; then

$MBFILTER -all -comm $A $B

elif [ X$CC8BITLEVEL = X1 ] ; then

$MBFILTER -all $A $B

else

$MBFILTER $A $B

fi
fi
: End INFORMIX Global Language Support extensions

# If the command line includes '-c', no linking happens; zap library options.
# Do not do it earlier (-c -static would overwrite the library options again).
if test "$NOLINK"
then

COMB=""

SLIB=""

ALIB=""

GLSLIB=""

SYSNLIB=""

SYSLIB=""

GLXLIB=""

THRLIB=""

CHKAPI=""

LIBPATHS=""

GLIB=""

OLIB=""
else

LIBPATHS="-L$LPATH -L$LPATH/esql"

#

# If GL_USEGLU is set to 1, then compile the .C files

# with the C compiler and set the compiler to C++. This is so that

# the linking phase will use C++. To avoid further changes to the

# linker line, simple set the variable A to AO.

#

if [ x$GL_USEGLU = "x1" ]

then

if [ "x`which $INFORMIXCPP 2> /dev/null`" = "x" ]

then

if [ "x$GLUOPT" != "x" ]

then

infxmsg -33488

else

infxmsg -33489

fi

exit 1

fi

if test "$ONLYCFILES" -a "X$CFILE" = "XTRUE"

then

$CC -I$INFDIR/incl/esql $INCLUDE $CPF_DEF -c $ONLYCFILES

STAT=$?

fi

#

# Set the linker to CPP

# Set the source files to objects

#

CC=$CPP

A="$AO $CPPOPTS"

fi
fi

#
# Put back the -o options removed from A and CPPOPTS, if
# GL_USEGLU is set.
#
if [ x$GL_USEGLU = "x1" ]
then

A="$A $ETARGET"

STATICFLAGS="$STATICFLAGS -brtl"
fi

# compile .C (c++) files
if test "$B"
then

$CPP -I$INFDIR/incl/esql $INCLUDE $CPPOPTS -c $B

STAT=`expr $STAT + $?`
fi

if [ x$STAT = x0 ]
then

# compile .c files, link with c++ .o's in $BO

if test "$STATOPT"

then

exec $CC -I$INFDIR/incl/esql $INCLUDE $STATICFLAGS $A $BO $COMB $SLIB $ALIB $COMB $SLIB $GLSLIB $SYSNLIB $SYSL
IB $GLXLIB $THRLIB

else

exec $CC -I$INFDIR/incl/esql $INCLUDE -brtl $LIBPATHS $A $BO $SLIB $ALIB $GLIB $OLIB $GLSLIB $SYSNLIB $SYSLIB
$CHKAPI $GLXLIB $THRLIB

fi

STAT=$?
fi
exit $STAT

==========================================================================

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=/home/crcruz/Utils2_ak/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=-m64 -O2 -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 dbscript dbsavail dbmove

chmod +x printfreeB listdb5 listdb7 dostats dbdelete dbcopy dbstruct sqlstruct myschema ul bload bunload mydbdiff drive_dostats dbscript dbsavail dbmove

cp -p printfreeB listdb5 listdb7 dostats dbdelete dbcopy dbstruct sqlstruct myschema ul mydbdiff drive_dostats dbscript dbsavail dbmove $(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 ..

=================================================================

ar2.mk file
-----------------------------------------------------------------

ar2.mk
VPATH=::../bin:RCS
CC=gcc
SHELL=/usr/bin/ksh
CFLAGS= -fforce-addr -fdelayed-branch -fschedule-insns2 \

-fexpensive-optimizations -fschedule-insns -frerun-cse-after-loop \

-fthread-jumps

ar2: ar2.c

@if [ -z "${DFLAG}" ]; \

then \

echo $(CC) ${CFLAGS} -oar2 ar2.c;\

$(CC) ${CFLAGS} -oar2 ar2.c;\

else \

echo $(CC) $(DFLAG) -oar2 ar2.c;\

$(CC) $(DFLAG) -oar2 ar2.c;\

fi

========================================================================

make error:

:make

INFORMIXC=gcc /home/crcruz/Utils2_ak/esql -m64 -O2 -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 '-m64'
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 '-qspill=2000'
gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-m64'
make: 1254-004 The error code from the last command is 1.

Stop.

Regards,

CCR

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