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Re: lynx-dev 2.8.1dev.12 with slang seg faults

From: T.E.Dickey
Subject: Re: lynx-dev 2.8.1dev.12 with slang seg faults
Date: Sun, 17 May 1998 11:19:58 -0400 (EDT)

> Has anyone built dev.12 on Digital Unix 4.0 with slang 1.2.2? 
I've not (I have slang for test-builds on more than one 32-bit platform,
but haven't tested slang on Digital Unix - to which I have occasional

Do you have DEC's compiler?  (the bit about -std1 is for that compiler;
I'll check if I set it properly in the script, but it does not apply
to gcc).

> lynx builds and runs if I use a minimal configure script, to wit: 
> #!/usr/local/bin/tcsh 
> setenv CPPFLAGS "-I/tmp/warner/include -I/usr/local/include" 
> setenv LIBS "-L/tmp/warner/lib -L/usr/local/lib" 
> ./configure  
> but changing the last line to: 
> ./configure --with-screen=slang 
> produces an executable that displays the start-page and then immediately 
> seg-faults.  I've had so little trouble building lynx in the past that I 
> have no idea how to go about debugging &/or reporting info... 
> I last built .dev3 with slang (not sure of the slang version, but it 
> was post-1.0.0) with no problem. 
> Ran 'make distclean' between efforts, down-loaded and built a fresh 
> copy of slang and lynx both, built with both edited and un-edited 
> userdefs.h and lynx.cfg. 
> What else, if anything, would you like in the way of other info? 
> Except for an unrecognized compiler option: 
> cd WWW/Library/unix && make CC="gcc" \ 
>       LY_CFLAGS="-O2 -std1 -DDSYS5 " \ 
> [...] 
> gcc: unrecognized option `-std1' 
> and two warnings about pointer casts: 
> ../../../WWW/Library/Implementation/HTAAProt.c: In function `HTAA_getGid': 
> ../../../WWW/Library/Implementation/HTAAProt.c:182: warning: cast from 
> pointer to integer of different size 
> ../../../WWW/Library/Implementation/HTAAProt.c:193: warning: cast from 
> pointer to integer of different size 
> , everything seemed uneventful. 
> --  
> Michael Warner  
> <address@hidden> 

Thomas E. Dickey

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