Vin Shelton writes:
First the good news - with your patches applied, I succeeded in
64-bit cygwin XEmacs executable.
Good news, yes, thanks for pressing ahead!
Now the bad news - that patched XEmacs does not build under Windows
(at least on the 32-bit XP VM I use for Native Windows kits).
So, what compiler are you using at this point -- some MS compiler, or
are we talking mingw here?
After running the make-mswin-unicode.pl script, I get a bunch of
definitions that refer to WINBOOL, which is not a native Windows type.
Hmm. I suspect a combination of my bad memory and unfamiliarity with
the overall build architecture is to blame, but I didn't think your
should have to run that at all, should you? If you did, it should be
part of configure, right? I will have to try harder to understand the
division of labour.
Here is the first such message:
error C2146: syntax error : missing ';' before identifier
Can you send a copy of your intl-auto-encap-win32.h, so I can look at
what is different?
Any thoughts on how to get the WINBOOL, etc types defined for the
Not yet :-(.
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