NB: The mailing lists look completely hosed as of 07:27 UT 31-May so I
have no idea what has gone into the 21.2 in the last 12 hours.
Daniel Pittman <daniel(a)danann.net> writes in xemacs-beta(a)xemacs.org:
Trying to build the latest XEmacs 21.2 from CVS fails for me when
--with-mule is used. The same configure sans mule works fine.
* Debian unstable
* i586 architecture
* kernel 2.2.6
* glibc 2.1.1 final
* egcs 2.91.66 (1.1.2)
* X11R6, by XFree86 126.96.36.199
Attached is a log of the failed build.
Loading cyrillic.el...*** Error in XEmacs initialization
This function is defined in mule-misc.el, which got loaded. I cannot
duplicate this specific failure.
There is a strange bug in cyrillic.el-21.2 that manifests itself by
failing to bytecompile (max lisp eval depth exceeded) the very first
time .elcs are built. On a subsequent pass, cyrillic.elc gets built.
I have no idea whether or not this is related to my other problems.
At the moment I don't have a clean build of XEmacs, either 21.1 or
21.2, on *any* platform.
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