> so i'm trying to get xemacs to build, and configure decides it's ok to build
> modules, but when it tries to build them, it throws up at the module-link
> with a zillion undefined references:
>The following message is a courtesy copy of an article
>that has been posted to gmane.emacs.xemacs.design,gmane.emacs.xemacs.beta as
>"Ben Wing" <ben(a)xemacs.org> writes:
>> so i'm trying to get xemacs to build, and configure decides it's ok to build
>> modules, but when it tries to build them, it throws up at the module-link
>> with a zillion undefined references:
>> This is under the very latest of Cygwins:
>> /src/xemacs/lilfix/nt 2052$ uname -a
>> CYGWIN_NT-5.0 NEEEEEEE 1.3.13(0.62/3/2) 2002-10-13 23:15 i686 unknown
>This might be one reason for your errors, I heard may people complaining
>1.3.13 would be extremely broken. Perhaps you should try a recent snapshot
>of 1.3.14 and see if it helps.
well, i did upgrade, but it didn't help -- not surprisingly since this is a gcc
problem not a core problem.
however, cygwin did upgrade very recently to gcc 3. anyone else having success
[or problems] with gcc 3?
btw frank, if you mirror between mailing lists and internal newsgroups, you
should really come up with a way of hiding this, so that when people get sent
"courtesy copies", they appear with the original mailing lists in the header
instead of the internal newsgroup names.