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HP UX B.11.23 Compilation problem

 
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HP UX B.11.23 Compilation problem

I am trying to compile my program on Machine Model : ia64 hp server BL860c having B.11.23 HP-UX version .

I am getting the following error,

Compiling prg.cc
/opt/aCC/bin/aCC -g0 +z +Z +Md +DA1.1 -I. -I./include -I/opt/aCC/include -I -I/opt/tuxdir/tuxedo8.1/include -I/usr/include -c prg.cc -o obj/prg.o

Error 8: "/usr/include/machine/sys/_types.h", line 65 # Invalid type specifier combination in declaration: "short double".
__fpreg __for_alignment_only_do_not_use;
^^^^^^^

What could be the problem in this compilation?
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Re: HP UX B.11.23 Compilation problem

we are using the HP ANSI C++ B3910B A.03.37 on a64 hp server BL860c.
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Re: HP UX B.11.23 Compilation problem

Hi Mustapha,

The trouble is that the compiler is assuming the compilation mode other than 32 bit but you are using ia64 hp server.

You need to define the pragma __STDC_32_MODE__ within the file you are compiling.

I hope this helps.

Thanks,
Goutham
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Re: HP UX B.11.23 Compilation problem

>we are using the HP ANSI C++ B3910B A.03.37 on ia64 hp server BL860c.

You can't. A.03.37 only runs on 11.11 system headers. And that old version is obsolete.
What are you really trying to do?
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Re: HP UX B.11.23 Compilation problem

Actually we are migrating from B11.21 to B11.23. Previously there was HP 9000 series(PA RISC) and we were having C++ servers compiled with the 3.31 compiler version. Systems.
Now its Itanium systems. So while compiling there servers on new hardware getting this problem.
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Re: HP UX B.11.23 Compilation problem

i.e. Migration from HP 11i V1 to 11i V2
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Re: HP UX B.11.23 Compilation problem

>So while compiling there servers on new hardware getting this problem.

You can't do this. Why are you trying to compile PA executables on an Integrity server?
You must purchase the aC++ compiler for Integrity.

You may want to look at XPADE:
http://www.hp.com/go/xpade