A blog about my experiences with bioinformatics, operating systems, and random other technologies and bits.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

If you are trying to build libSBML, you may run into a problem similar to this.
As the post seems to indicate, building gcc with --disable-concept-checks should fix the problem. This is the case for libSBML. It seems that disabled concept checks may be the default for gcc; I am not sure why my gcc build had them enabled originally (I suppose it is a good idea if you only have to worry about your own code).