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Re: [ApacheGallery] problem with inline?



Hello.
 
I write not with a sollution - but because I have the exact same problem:
 
[Sat Apr 19 14:44:35 2003] [error] Cannot find current script '/dev/null' at
/usr/share/perl/5.6.1/FindBin.pm line 166 BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at
/usr/share/perl/5.6.1/FindBin.pm line 166. Compilation failed in require at
/usr/local/share/perl/5.6.1/Inline/C.pm line 296. Compilation failed in require at (eval
4) line 3.
[Sat Apr 19 14:44:35 2003] [error] Undefined subroutine &Apache::Gallery::resizepicture called at /usr/share/perl5/Apache/Gallery.pm line 610.
 
I had it working with Inline-0.44 (Pretty sure atleast), but I reinstalled the server due to new hardware, and now I get this error. I installed Apache:Gallery from the debian package, and I tried Inline-0.42 as a source (tar.gz) and Inline-0.43 as a debian package.
Same error (Just the line numbers with errors changed a little). As well as Jimmy asked - any ideas?
 
Best regards Søren Jensen
 
NB: I feel this mailinglist is pretty dead - where are the coders? They left the project or? 
 
 -----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: Jimmy Nordlander [mailto:[email protected]]
Sendt: 19. april 2003 14:45
Til: [email protected]
Emne: [ApacheGallery] problem with inline?

I'm running debian, and had a succesfully functioning apachegallery until a few weeks ago.
 
I think it depends on me updating the sysem, and I actually got the errormessage that might come with Inline v 0.44.
 
But now that one is gone, and I always get this:
 
[error] Undefined subroutine &Apache::Gallery::resizepicture called at /usr/share/perl5/Apache/Gallery.pm line 611.
 
I know this has something to do with inline, because the resizepicture is an inline C function...
 
But, I've tried installing the 0.42 tar.gz, but didn't work out either... and I can't seem to find a 0.42 debian package, only 0.43. Then my question is... how come it did work before? I have only used debian packages before...
 
regards, Jimmy