Sorry for bothering, I've just find it Rawbyte in lisp.h. Anyway I am not
able to find define for URawbyte.
On Thu, Nov 28, 2013 at 12:23 PM, It's me FKtPp ;) <kai.fktpp(a)gmail.com>wrote:
Could someone of you give me a light on the data type URawbyte and Rawbyte
used in ntheap.c and symbols.c? Such as what's the purpose of these data
types? What are the definition of them? I can't find the definition in
either mingw system headers nor xemacs source code. I've also tried google
for URawbyte but get nothing but XEmacs source repository at bitbucket. :(
On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 7:13 AM, Stephen J. Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org>wrote:
> Vin Shelton writes:
> > > Since GNU Emacs for w32 was compiled by Mingw, I just wondering if
> it is
> > > possible for XEmacs for w32 also compiled with Mingw.
> > I spent several hours on trying to compile XEmacs with mingw32 a year
> > or two ago, without much joy.
> Like Vin, I think it would be nice if it were to happen.
> However, from what I hear over on emacs-devel, the MinGW port is
> pretty much a completely separate effort from the other ports. The
> build infrastructure is completely different from either VC or POSIX
> (including Cygwin) GCC, configure requires special care because of the
> special MinGW treatment of MS DOS drive letters, and the 3rd-party
> libraries aren't binary compatible with Cygwin or VC, so you need
> MinGW builds of any 3rd-party libraries you want to use.
> I would suggest starting by turning off all the extra libraries you
> can (eg, all image libraries, X and tty support, and so on).
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