I am trying to install Scanalyze.
I downloaded the source code, and in the compilation instructions for Ubuntu, he has mentioned that for later versions of gcc (mine is 4+), there is a separate patched source, and the link for download is provided.
I used that link to download my source, and while I tried to compile using
make I got the following error
cc1plus: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-fwritable-strings’
Could you please help me how to overcome this and what changes I should make to install this efficiently? I am using Ubuntu 11.10.
This is the complete display after the
make -j 1 scanalyze.debug BUILD=debug \ --directory=OBJS/debug --makefile=../../Makefile -I../.. SKIPCVS=1 make: Entering directory `/home/siddarth/scanalyze-1.0.3/OBJS/debug' g++ -fno-for-scope -fpermissive -fwritable-strings -w -g -I../.. - I../../auxlibs/include/tnt -march=i686 -MMD -o plvMain.o -c ../../plvMain.cc cc1plus: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-fwritable-strings’ make: *** [plvMain.o] Error 1 make: Leaving directory `/home/siddarth/scanalyze-1.0.3/OBJS/debug' make: *** [debug] Error 2