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emacs bootstrap hangs on Windows XP / mingw

From: Dieter Deyke
Subject: emacs bootstrap hangs on Windows XP / mingw
Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2008 10:01:01 -0700
User-agent: Gnus/5.110007 (No Gnus v0.7) Emacs/23.0.50 (windows-nt)

I am trying to build the CVS version of emacs Windows XP / mingw, but
the build process stops at this point without making any further

Compiling C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/image-file.el
Wrote C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/image-file.elc
Compiling C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/image-mode.el
Wrote C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/image-mode.elc
Compiling C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/image.el
Wrote C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/image.elc
Compiling C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/imenu.el
Wrote C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/imenu.elc
Compiling C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/indent.el
Wrote C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/indent.elc
Compiling C:/Users/deyke/emacs-build/subdir/work/lisp/info-look.el

Looking at the process list I see that the following command is

C:\Users\deyke\emacs-build\subdir\work\bin\emacs.exe -batch
--no-init-file --no-site-file --multibyte -l loaddefs -f

emacs gets no CPU time at all.

If I kill emacs the build process starts compiling the next file, and
then hangs there to.

Dieter Deyke

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