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    Compiling Source (OpenBSD)

    Gday,

    I'm assuming this is the correct section for this. I'm attempting to compile the source on an OpenBSD snapshot (4.4). I'm having an issue with common/platform.linux.cpp (so far...)
    This is the offending line:
    Also, ICONV_CONST being defined:
    I'm not a c programmer, however I'm well versed in other languages. So I can understand generic principles.

    Cheers.

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    Re: Compiling Source (OpenBSD)

    It seems newer OpenBSD versions have the Linux iconv style function calls. Try removing the 'const' in the ICONV_CONST define for openbsd.
    If it isn't reproducable, it's not a bug.
    If it is reproducable, it's meant to be that way.

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    Re: Compiling Source (OpenBSD)

    Thanks, that worked.

    Since 4.4 has been released, I've moved development to that. So far:
    - Created: libvmime-0.7 port (w/o patches)
    - Created: libical-0.23 port
    - Todo: Compile zarafa-6.20
    - Create: z-push-* port

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    Re: Compiling Source (OpenBSD)

    Update:
    - Created: zarafa-webaccess package/port
    - Created: z-push package/port
    - Created: zarafa package/port

    Following some testing these will be committed to the OpenBSD ports tree.

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    Re: Compiling Source (OpenBSD)

    I will also attempt to create a zarafa-licensed port, using the fedora core 4 emulation.

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    Re: Compiling Source (OpenBSD)

    Any progress on this OpenBSD port?
    It would be great to get the zarafa-licensed port to be able to sync with MS Outlook.

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    Re: Compiling Source (OpenBSD)

    Hi,
    According to me,you should have to go with the openBSD port.

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    Re: Compiling Source (OpenBSD)

    I can't understand compile source(openBSD) so please help in this language.
    in c++ I create a program and also compile and run the program. my program is run and also give the output.

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