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Bootstrap problems on w32

From: B. Anyos
Subject: Bootstrap problems on w32
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2011 11:27:37 +0100 (CET)


Recently I had several problems compiling Emacs on Windows.
There are:
  1. w32fns.c
      line 92: #if 0 #endif
      Compiler doesn't like this construct, lines must be separated
  2. w32.c
      extern reference to 'Vload_path' in function check_windows_init_file() fails.
      Compiler complains about some missing stuff; actually can not digest the
      macro, struct combo behind the line. Simply removing this extern solves
      the problem (I guess globals.h is included somewhere....)

  3. Linking fails
      oo-spd/i386/temacs1.a(print.o):print.c:(.text+0x24b5): undefined reference to `dtoastr'

     There is no rule anywhere to compile the recently added /lib folder.
     There is not a even a makefile.w32-in in this directory, however print.c refers to it.
     Certainly the inclusion of the header ftoastr.h is problematic too.

All in all bootstrap on w32 seems to be blocked now for several reasons.


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