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Problems compiling ffi 1.9.0 on cygwin 64bit #284

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nilsga opened this Issue Oct 7, 2013 · 6 comments

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nilsga commented Oct 7, 2013

I'm trying to compile ffi on cygwin, but I get a lot of these errors:

./ffi/build/x86_64-cygwin/ffi_c/1.9.3/../../../../ext/ffi_c/Call.c:285:(.text+0x94): relocation truncated to fit: R_X86_64_PC32 against undefined symbolffi_call'`

I have tried with latest from master with the same result.

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Closing all issues

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Closing all issues

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cup Jan 28, 2014

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also why are you closing issues with no explanation?

cup commented Jan 28, 2014

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also why are you closing issues with no explanation?

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@svnpenn there was a problem with licensing this project and it was closed and abandoned for few days. Feel free to reopen this issue (probably open new one) if you're facing this problem.

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simi commented Jan 28, 2014

@svnpenn there was a problem with licensing this project and it was closed and abandoned for few days. Feel free to reopen this issue (probably open new one) if you're facing this problem.

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@simi #317 is pretty much the same thing

cup commented Jan 28, 2014

@simi #317 is pretty much the same thing

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RSmirnov Jan 31, 2014

Had the same problem.
For me the solution was to install the following packages:
libffi6
libffi-devel
cygwin32-libffi
pkg-config
and add the shell variable:
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH="/lib/pkgconfig"
So, I think #317 has the same solution.

RSmirnov commented Jan 31, 2014

Had the same problem.
For me the solution was to install the following packages:
libffi6
libffi-devel
cygwin32-libffi
pkg-config
and add the shell variable:
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH="/lib/pkgconfig"
So, I think #317 has the same solution.

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DQNEO May 3, 2014

@RSmirnov I have succeffully installed ffi by following your instruction. Thanks so much!!
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DQNEO commented May 3, 2014

@RSmirnov I have succeffully installed ffi by following your instruction. Thanks so much!!
👍 👍 👍

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chevinbrown May 21, 2014

Thanks, RSmirnov!

chevinbrown commented May 21, 2014

Thanks, RSmirnov!

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