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Re: [Bug-XBoard] Xboard doesn't compile with --disable-zippy

From: h.g. muller
Subject: Re: [Bug-XBoard] Xboard doesn't compile with --disable-zippy
Date: Wed, 04 Aug 2010 11:38:12 +0200

At 21:36 3-8-2010 -0400, Adrian Petrescu wrote:
If I run configure with the --disable-zippy flag (which successfully shows "zippy: no" in the configuration summary), trying to make fails with the following errors:

In file included from xboard.c:1347:
args.h:597: error: 'AppData' has no member named 'zippyLines'
It looks like an easy enough thing to fix, probably just have to #ifdef out some things from args.h?

Adrian is spot on. The problem is actually that there was an #ifdef ZIPPY in args.h, but it should have been an #if ZIPPY to have any effect. I found the same error in 4 other places in the code (backend.c, xboard.c, winboard.c 2x), and changed it all. All these errors were inherited from 4.4.x, where I fixed them too. (args.h was part of winboard.c then.) XBoard compiles now with the --disable-zippy flag. Haven't tried WinBoard, I would not even know how to disable zippy there. I guess no one has been compiling without zippy for a very long time. I found #ifdef ZIPPYs in winboard.c of 4.2.7...

Fixes are uploaded to the hgm.nubati.net repository.

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