J. Kean Johnston writes:
2000-03-25 J. Kean Johnston <jkj(a)sco.com>
* lisp.h: Allow s- or m- files to prevent the definition of
intptr_t and related types, for systems whose <sys/types.h>
already defines them.
* s/sco7.h (HAVE_INTTYPES): Define.
Hmmm. I think this should be fixed in configure.in instead of
inserting new stuff into the s- files. Our long term objective is
to get rid of all the configuration information in the s- and m-
files except for things that are not testable at configure-time.
One example of such an untestable condition is the kind of mailbox
locking that should be used by default on a system.
* redisplay-tty.c: Swap the termcap names for the cursor_invisible
and cursor_visible variables; they were inverted.
* m/intel386.h: Dont define away vfork() on SVR5 systems.
vfork is not called within XEmacs any longer, so this won't do anything.