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[Texmacs-dev] Compilation success

From: Stephan Mucha
Subject: [Texmacs-dev] Compilation success
Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2005 18:15:21 +0200

Defining len_r in the functions scm_to_string and scm_to_symbol did
work for me. Is this a clean solution?

I tested the "On-the-fly evaluation of CAS expressions" and the Plot
menu item which great steps toward even more versatile use of TeXmacs.


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>>> During compilation of CVS version on Debian I got the following error:
>>> In file included from Guile/Glue/glue_all.cpp:1:
>>> Guile/Glue/glue.cpp: In function `string scm_to_string(scm_unused_struct*)':
>>> Guile/Glue/glue.cpp:172: error: invalid conversion from `int*' to `size_t*'
>>> Guile/Glue/glue.cpp: In function `string scm_to_symbol(scm_unused_struct*)':
>>> Guile/Glue/glue.cpp:200: error: invalid conversion from `int*' to `size_t*'
>>> make[1]: *** [Objects/glue_all.o] Fehler 1
>>> make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/stephanm/tm/src/src'
>>> make: *** [TEXMACS] Fehler 2

>> What if you replace

>>         string r (_r, len_r);

>> by

>>         string r (_r, (int) len_r);

>> Does that solve the problem?

tdrgo> Unfortunately not (same error message).
tdrgo> Do I use the correct compiler version? gcc -v yields:
tdrgo> gcc-Version 3.3.5 (Debian 1:3.3.5-13)

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