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Re: Fixes for 64-bit Emacs on Snow Leopard

From: Erik Charlebois
Subject: Re: Fixes for 64-bit Emacs on Snow Leopard
Date: Tue, 8 Sep 2009 01:14:01 -0700

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I've attached two patches (sorry about that, first time I used git and I got the ChangeLogs wrong after committing :). I've tried to make sure nothing's been introduced that would break pre-10.5 OS X or GNUstep, but I don't have either of those systems to test with. The bulk of the changes deal with deprecated Cocoa methods, LP64 issues (printf specifiers, NSInteger/NSUInteger) and CGFloat being double on 64-bit Cocoa. I've built/tested on 32- and 64-bit OS X 10.6.

Erik Charlebois

On 2009-09-07, at 4:26 PM, David Reitter wrote:

Hi Erik,

On Sep 7, 2009, at 5:08 PM, Erik Charlebois wrote:

I've posted the steps/fixes to get a 64-bit NS/Cocoa Emacs 23.1 working for Snow Leopard on my blog at http://blog.fac9.com/index.php/2009/08/30/building-a-64-bit-emacs-on-snow-leopard/ . I've been using it for a week without problems.

Thanks, that's great news.

Regarding your point 5: I did not redefine CGFloat when I tried to address these things; I'm not sure if it is necessary. You might be right.
See this file


Would you be willing to post a patch with all of your changes?

Thanks again
- David

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