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Problems compiling DDS Touchstone in Linux x86_64 architecture

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Dear OpenSplice team and users,

 

I am trying to compile Touchstone in our Linux 64 bit machines in order to evaluate id OpenSplice DDS performance. OpenSpliceDDSV5.4.1-x86_64 seems correctly installed in the system, and the examples working. The environment variables were sourced before trying to compile.

 

The details of the setting are:

 

Distro: Scientific Linux SL release 5.6 (Boron)

Architecture: x86_64

gcc version 4.1.2

 

The compilation of the java module is successful, but not cpp module, and moreover, the c "tools" module gives the warnings like

 

/usr/bin/ld: warning: i386 architecture of input file `objs/g++.4.1.2/touchstone.o' is incompatible with i386:x86-64 output

 

the cpp mobule crashes with:

 

ddshelp/cpp/DDSError.cpp:70: error: expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before '&' token

gmake[1]: *** [objs/g++.4.1.2/DDSError.o] Error 1

 

And when trying to execute a "tools" executable, for example "recorder" a segmentation fault is returned.

 

 

I tried with both OpenSpliceDDS and posix abstraction implementations, but it did not helped.

I would appreciate any advice that could help me to solve this problem.

 

Thanks in advance,

Igor.

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