Salman Halim wrote:
> Lately, I've been getting a compiler error when building Vim on Windows 7
> using patches higher than 7.3.944 (that's the last stable build I have).
> Just wondering if anybody else has seen this.
> I'm using Borland's C compiler (bcc) and build using this command-line:
> make -f Make_bc5.mak clean
> make -f Make_bc5.mak BOR=%BOR% GUI=yes FEATURES=HUGE PYTHON=d:\Python27
> PYTHON_VER=27 DYNAMIC_PYTHON=yes
> The first thing I notice are these warnings:
> Warning W8065 .\misc1.c 4529: Call to function 'init_users' with no
> prototype in function get_users
> Warning W8065 .\misc1.c 4548: Call to function 'init_users' with no
> prototype in function match_user
> And then:
> Warning W8065 .\regexp_nfa.c 745: Call to function 'realloc_post_list' with
> no prototype in function nfa_emit_equi_class
> These start for line 745 and go on until line 800, resulting in 100 total
> warnings. This causes the build to abort because:
> Error E2228 .\regexp_nfa.c 800: Too many error or warning messages in
> function nfa_emit_equi_class
> *** 1 errors in Compile ***
> Any suggestions would be fantastic. (I don't subscribe to the dev list so I
> don't think I can ask them this question over there.)
Try the following patch.
"The amigos also appear to be guilty of not citing the work of others who had
gone before them. Even worse, they have a chapter about modeling time and
space without making a single reference to Star Trek!"
(Scott Ambler, reviewing the UML User Guide)
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