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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Portability problems in the recent checkin of gtktexi.c

From: Jon Kinsey
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Portability problems in the recent checkin of gtktexi.c
Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2005 17:33:57 +0100
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.5) Gecko/20041206 Thunderbird/1.0 Mnenhy/0.7

Philippe Michel wrote:
> The latest update of gtktexi.c does not compile on my system (FreeBSD
> 5.4) :
> gtktexi.c:36:16: io.h: No such file or directory
> gtktexi.c: In function `EndElement':
> gtktexi.c:978: error: `R_OK' undeclared (first use in this function)
> gtktexi.c:978: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
> gtktexi.c:978: error: for each function it appears in.)
> gtktexi.c: At top level:
> gtktexi.c:1414: warning: static declaration of 'MouseMove' follows
> non-static declaration
> gtktexi.c:148: warning: previous implicit declaration of 'MouseMove' was
> here
> and then (after fixing the io.h/R_OK problem) :
> gtktexi.o(.text+0x467): In function `GetEntity':
> /home/pm/src/gnubg/gtktexi.c:615: undefined reference to `stricmp'
> gtktexi.o(.text+0x481):/home/pm/src/gnubg/gtktexi.c:619: undefined
> reference to `stricmp'
> gtktexi.o(.text+0x49b):/home/pm/src/gnubg/gtktexi.c:623: undefined
> reference to `stricmp'
> gtktexi.o(.text+0x4b5):/home/pm/src/gnubg/gtktexi.c:627: undefined
> reference to `stricmp'
> gtktexi.o(.text+0x4cf):/home/pm/src/gnubg/gtktexi.c:631: undefined
> reference to `stricmp'
> gtktexi.o(.text+0x4ed):/home/pm/src/gnubg/gtktexi.c:635: more undefined
> references to `stricmp' follow
> It looks like some apparently Windows-specific code was added. In other
> source files, one can find includes of sys/unistd.h that provide a
> definition for R_OK. strcasecmp() is already used in various places
> instead of stricmp() as well.
> With these 2 changes (I didn't bother with the MouseMove warnings), it
> builds fine, and then coredumps on Help|Commands...

Thanks, I've checked in these fixes.  It's "Help|gnubg manual", that
uses this new code, so the crash is something separate.


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