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missing common.h file #40

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spiralz opened this issue Mar 1, 2014 · 14 comments
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missing common.h file #40

spiralz opened this issue Mar 1, 2014 · 14 comments
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@spiralz
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@spiralz spiralz commented Mar 1, 2014

common.h file appears to be missing. after ./bootstrap && ./configure --prefix="/usr" the following error is generated:

$ make
Making all in help
make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.
Making all in src
  CC       otr-formats.lo
clang: warning: -Wl,-z,relro,-z,now: 'linker' input unused
In file included from otr-formats.c:21:
In file included from ../src/otr.h:31:
../src/irssi-otr.h:27:10: fatal error: 'src/common.h' file not found
#include <src/common.h>
         ^
1 error generated.
make[1]: *** [otr-formats.lo] Error 1
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1```
@DrWhax DrWhax added the Bugs label Mar 5, 2014
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@DrWhax DrWhax commented Mar 5, 2014

Hm, clang, I guess we don't support that at the moment..

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@dgoulet dgoulet commented Mar 5, 2014

This is a file that is from "irssi-dev" package. I feel there is an issue with the include path and clang because if you got to the make process it means the configure found irssi dev headers.

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@capi capi commented Mar 5, 2014

I just started with experimenting with building irssi, libotr, and irssi-otr from source. I encountered the same include problem. I am using the script below to modify some of the build scripts to get around the problem, maybe this will help you as well.

#!/bin/bash
set -e
set -x

IRSSI_SRC="irssi-0.8.16-rc1"
IRSSI_TAR="${IRSSI_SRC}.tar.gz"
IRSSI_ROOT="$HOME/irssi"
IRSSI="${IRSSI_ROOT}/bin/irssi"

LIBOTR_SRC="otr-libotr"

IRSSI_OTR_SRC="irssi-otr"
IRSSI_OTR_GIT="https://github.com/cryptodotis/irssi-otr.git"

sudo apt-get install libglib2.0-dev libperl-dev libgcrypt11-dev

##############
### IRSSI ####
##############

if [ ! -e "$IRSSI" ]; then

  if [ ! -e "$IRSSI_TAR" ]; then
    wget http://www.irssi.org/files/"$IRSSI_TAR"
  fi
  if [ ! -e "$IRSSI_SRC" ]; then
    tar xzf "$IRSSI_TAR"
  fi
  cd "$IRSSI_SRC"
  if [ ! -e Makefile ]; then
    ./configure --prefix="$HOME/irssi" --with-perl --with-proxy
    read -t 3 || true
  fi
  make -j
  make install
  cd ..
fi

##############
### LIBOTR ###
##############

if [ ! -e "$LIBOTR_SRC" ]; then
  git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/otr/libotr otr-libotr
fi
cd "$LIBOTR_SRC"
if [ ! -e "configure" ]; then
  autoreconf -s -i
  ./configure --prefix="$IRSSI_ROOT"
fi
make
make install
cd ..

#################
### IRSSI-OTR ###
#################

if [ ! -e "$IRSSI_OTR_SRC" ]; then
  git clone "$IRSSI_OTR_GIT"
fi
cd "$IRSSI_OTR_SRC"
if [ ! -e configure ]; then
  ./bootstrap
  sed -i "s%IRSSI_DIST=.*%IRSSI_DIST=${IRSSI_ROOT}/include/irssi%g" src/Makefile.am
  sed -i "s%helpdir = .*%helpdir = ${IRSSI_ROOT}/share/irssi/help%g" help/Makefile.am
  sed -i "s%IRSSI_MODULE_DIR=.*%IRSSI_MODULE_DIR=${IRSSI_ROOT}/lib/irssi/modules%g" configure.ac
  ./configure --prefix="$IRSSI_ROOT" --with-libotr-inc-prefix="$IRSSI_ROOT/include" --with-libotr-prefix="$IRSSI_ROOT/lib" --with-irssi-headers="$IRSSI_ROOT/include/irssi"
fi
make clean
make
make install
cd ..

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@stiadmin stiadmin commented Apr 18, 2015

Also having this problem. Would love to see a resolution or a know working work around.

@WouterSioen
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@WouterSioen WouterSioen commented Oct 19, 2015

+1 (install on osx)

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@DrWhax DrWhax commented Oct 21, 2015

so this problem exists on MacOSX and other *BSD's?

@WouterSioen
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@WouterSioen WouterSioen commented Oct 22, 2015

I guess so. Clang is the default compiler for Mac OS X, so I guess this is the problem.

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@JohnCanty JohnCanty commented Nov 16, 2015

I just ran into this as well. Would love to get this working.

@WouterSioen
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@WouterSioen WouterSioen commented Dec 16, 2015

@dgoulet any news on this? (I'm using irssi 0.8.17 on mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.5)

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@i0rek i0rek commented Jan 17, 2016

I am running into this as well. I installed irssi with brew install irssi --HEAD. I got a little bit further by doing the following:

  1. remove -z,relro,-z,now from configure.ac because -z is not support in osx.
  2. clone irssi somewhere
  3. copy some irssi header files to root irssi dir: cp src/*.h . and cp src/irssi/*.h .
  4. back to irssi-otr to ./configure --prefix="/usr/local" --with-irssi-headers=~/src/github.com/irssi/irssi
  5. make

For me it builds now. I am aware that this is not pretty. Unfortunately sudo make install fails now. I am not sure how to install manually, shouldn't be a big deal though.

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@i0rek i0rek commented Jan 17, 2016

ok, providing a destdir got me further:

$ make install DESTDIR=$(pwd)/destdir
$ find destdir
destdir
destdir/usr
destdir/usr/lib
destdir/usr/lib/irssi
destdir/usr/lib/irssi/modules
destdir/usr/lib/irssi/modules/libotr.so
destdir/usr/share
destdir/usr/share/irssi
destdir/usr/share/irssi/help
destdir/usr/share/irssi/help/otr
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@i0rek i0rek commented Jan 17, 2016

I copied destdir/usr/lib/irssi/modules/libotr.so to ~/.irssi/modules and tried to load it with /load otr: Irssi: otr/otr is ABI version 0 but Irssi is version 1, cannot load

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@i0rek i0rek commented Jan 17, 2016

I added the irssi abi check to src/otr.c:

void otr_abicheck(int *version)
{
  *version = 1;
}

recompiled and now I can load it.

i0rek added a commit to i0rek/irssi-otr that referenced this issue Jan 17, 2016
The ABI check was introduced with
irssi/irssi#363 and if not provided the module
will to load.

I stumbled over this while trying to get it running on OSX with irssi
build from master (cryptodotis#40).
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@saper saper commented Oct 22, 2016

Make sure you point configure to a directory with irssi headers - the one with irssi-config.h irssi-version.h src.

For me (FreeBSD) --with-irssi-headers=/usr/local/include/irssi was enough.

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