On 09/30/2008 12:54 PM, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
BTW, sending to xemacs-buildreports is likely to get you ignored;
moving to xemacs-beta.
David A. Cobb writes:
> However, sad to say, the build ends with some undefined symbols in
> a GTK+ routine.
Actually, those are just null macros. It was careless coding practice
to use #if instead of #ifdef, but it shouldn't be a problem.
The real problem is that the code hasn't been updated in quite a
while, and GCC has gotten pickier in the meantime. You could update
to current Mercurial head, or for now try applying this patch:
Stephen, thanks for moving this. I picked up the Mercurial tip and
built it successfully. The one thing I needed to change was to NOT use
I saw from the download pages that the elisp sources are still under
CVS. I downloaded those alse, but perhaps I should only be checking out
"xemacs/lisp" rather than the whole module?? Do I need to do anything
special to "integrate" those lisp sources into the Mercurial build?
David A. Cobb, semi-retired mainframe dinosaur.
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