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My mark is comming out as a string.

From: phoch
Subject: My mark is comming out as a string.
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2002 15:05:53 GMT
User-agent: Microsoft-Outlook-Express-Macintosh-Edition/5.02.2022


I am trying to use Ghostscript on a Macintosh.  I have the latest release,
but I seem to be having a problem with calls to ExecStr.  I am following thw
example source done in PowerPlant, but I have to us C so I have been doing a
bunch of cut and paste.

The problem is that when I call 'ExecStr( "mark\n")' a string of value
'mark' gets pushed on to the stack, but in the example source the call
pushed a t_mark on to the stack.  So in my case when the code tries to count
to mark it fails because it does not recognize the string as a mark.

So, Does anyone have an idea what could be going wrong?  Or perhaps a
pointer into how I might figure this out.  The processing diverts in the
interp() routine while processing the the ExecStr() call.


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