On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 3:40 PM, Mats Lidell <mats.lidell(a)cag.se> wrote:
Robert> It looks like you have ...
Yes you are completely right. Thanks.
With this in mind configure might not be broken after all. It is my
cygwin that is broken having X11-libraries for no good reason. What
should those be good for?
I still think configure could try harder to continue, since in this
case it could still manage to create a buildable XEmacs.
Meanwhile I have created a working build using the --without-x
so I can get along. I will try the uninstall approach anyway just so
that we know. Maybe that will give some hint on why they were
installed in the first place.
In my experience all sorts of stuff can get selected in unexpected
fashions with cygwin setup.
And maybe we should even update the docs on how to build XEmacs on
cygwin. I don't thinks there are any detailed instructions that works
I suspect that's because ./configure && make tends to Just Work :)
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