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Re: Windows Build Broken - Feature Branch


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Windows Build Broken - Feature Branch
Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 14:33:02 -0400
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Conrad T. Pino wrote:

>Hi Derek,
>
>>From: Derek Robert Price
>>
>>>Looks like we have a solution for "nanosleep".
>>>
>>>How do you want divide the work?
>>
>>Feel free to submit a patch!  :)
>
>
>The unexpected is upon us.  The attached patch:
>
>   adds "lib/nanosleep.c" to "libcvs" compile
>   adds "#include <winsock.h>" to "windows-NT/unistd.h"
>
>which gets "nanosleep.c" to compile nicely and "libcvs" builds.
>
>The picture turns ugly in the "libdiff" compile.  VC6 file "winnt.h"
>blows up repeatedly in a very ugly way even though it compiled nicely
>during "libcvs" build.
>
>My current hypothesis is "libdiff" conditional compile macros are
>breaking "winnt.h" conditional compile macros since "libdiff" tends
>to include "unistd.h" late in the include chain.


What happens if you just declare the select prototype in unistd.h like
you did for getpass?  Is the problem because of the #include winsock.h
or does the HAVE_UNISTD_H prevent diff from including windows headers
it should be including?

Derek

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