Yes, though if the changes are significant, they will probably not
make it into Emacs 24.1. Plus, I think you will need to sign legal
papers to contribute more than what you already have. (I can
currently find on file your assignment only to Gnus.)
Ok, I'll do it if needed. Albeit it is almost only a matter of configuring the right defines.
> I have added two other files : a 64bits manifest for emacs.exe and aIs this for a 64-bit build, or is this needed for a 32-bit build as
> w32compat.h header file that is needed to compile the above mentioned
> libraries. In my case, this w32compat.h is included while compiling image.c
> for example.
well? If for a 32-bit built, then what exactly are the problems with
image.c that requires w32compat.h?
The problem is that image.c includes png.h (for example) and png.h
may compile out of the box ... or not. In my case, I always try to compile
all the libraries with the same set of defines and options. So I included this
file for completeness.
I have both the 7.1 MS SDK and VS2010 installed on my machine.
Using this w32compat.h plus the emacs/nt/inc and emacs/lib,
I was able to compile all the libraries
(32bits and 64 bits versions). And emacs too of course.
> +#ifndef _MSC_VER
> extern char **environ;
Which MSVC header has the necessary declaration, and what is that
extern char ** environ; /* pointer to environment table */
_CRTIMP extern char ** _environ; /* pointer to environment table */
_CRTIMP extern wchar_t ** _wenviron; /* pointer to wide environment table */
#endif /* _POSIX_ */
_CRTIMP char*** __cdecl __p__environ(void);
_CRTIMP wchar_t*** __cdecl __p__wenviron(void);
_CRT_INSECURE_DEPRECATE_GLOBALS(_get_pgmptr) _CRTIMP char** __cdecl __p__pgmptr(void);
_CRT_INSECURE_DEPRECATE_GLOBALS(_get_wpgmptr) _CRTIMP wchar_t** __cdecl __p__wpgmptr(void);
#define _environ (*__p__environ())
#define _wenviron (*__p__wenviron())
#define _pgmptr (*__p__pgmptr())
#define _wpgmptr (*__p__wpgmptr())
#endif /* !defined(_M_CEE_PURE) */
> --- lib/strftime.c 2011-03-31 04:24:03 +0000
> +++ lib/strftime.c 2011-11-10 17:39:37 +0000
> @@ -36,9 +36,14 @@
> #include <ctype.h>
> #include <time.h>
> +#ifdef _MSC_VER
> +#define tzname _tzname
> #if HAVE_TZNAME && !HAVE_DECL_TZNAME
> extern char *tzname;
Can we instead modify the #define on src/s/ms-w32.h so as to include
versions of MSVC above 1400? Or does that not work for some reason?
Ok, I removed the restriction on MSVC version below 1400 and that is compiling.
> --- lisp/bindings.el 2011-10-08 16:37:46 +0000
> +++ lisp/bindings.el 2011-11-10 17:49:35 +0000
> @@ -824,13 +824,13 @@
> ;; Define control-digits.
> (let ((i ?0))
> (while (<= i ?9)
> - (define-key global-map (read (format "[?\\C-%c]" i)) 'digit-argument)
> +; (define-key global-map (read (format "[?\\C-%c]" i)) 'digit-argument)
> (setq i (1+ i))))
> (define-key global-map [?\C--] 'negative-argument)
> ;; Define control-meta-digits.
> (let ((i ?0))
> (while (<= i ?9)
> - (define-key esc-map (read (format "[?\\C-%c]" i)) 'digit-argument)
> +; (define-key esc-map (read (format "[?\\C-%c]" i)) 'digit-argument)
> (setq i (1+ i))))
> (define-key global-map [?\C-\M--] 'negative-argument)
Why is this part needed?
I would like to know. I get an error when bootstrapping at these lines : invalid read syntax.
If someone has a suggestion on how to investigate it, I'd like to hear it:
Loading bindings (source)...
Invalid read syntax: "?"
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'C:\Source\XEmTeX\mirror\emacs\src/obj-spd/i386/temacs.exe' : return code '0xffffffff'
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: '"c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC\Bin\nmake.exe"' : return code '0x2'
It is failing only while bootstrapping, not during the regular build.
> === modified file 'src/makefile.w32-in'
> --- src/makefile.w32-in 2011-11-05 22:55:08 +0000
> +++ src/makefile.w32-in 2011-11-10 02:16:49 +0000
> @@ -177,7 +177,7 @@
> $(TEMACS): $(TLIB0) $(TLIB1) $(TLIB2) $(TLASTLIB) $(TOBJ) $(TRES) \
> ../nt/$(BLD)/addsection.exe $(GNULIB)
> $(LINK) $(LINK_OUT)$(TEMACS_TMP) $(FULL_LINK_FLAGS) $(TOBJ) $(TRES) $(LIBS)
> - "$(THISDIR)/../nt/$(BLD)/addsection" "$(TEMACS_TMP)" "$(TEMACS)" EMHEAP 21
> + "$(THISDIR)/../nt/$(BLD)/addsection" "$(TEMACS_TMP)" "$(TEMACS)" EMHEAP 42
Is such a large heap really needed for a 32-bit MSVC build? Or is it
for the 64-bit build?
I tried to double it for the 64 bits build in the hope it will let me go a bit further.
Maybe that size is not needed even in this case. So forget it for the moment.
Also, it seems that it is possible to declare segments using #pragma
and that they can even be resized using the editbin tool (available with
the sdk). That may make addsection useless, and wrt to a 64bits build,
I would be more confident in using the sdk tools if possible.
I'll try to remove the use of addsection if possible. Well, if someone has a good reason
for which it is not possible, let me know.
> -#if (defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(emacs)) || defined(USE_CRT_DLL)
> +#if (defined(_MSC_VER) && defined(emacs))
> #define malloc e_malloc
> #define free e_free
> #define realloc e_realloc
What was the problem that required this change?
Linking all other programs except emacs.
For the other programs, you surely don't want to define malloc to be e_malloc ?
Being able to link against libc or msvcrt is confusing.
Wouldn't it be better if only MSVCRT was supported ?
Does the build work with the static libc ?