4214Re: [frontierkernel] a fix for the multi-core bug in the windows build
- Apr 17, 2012I just committed a patch that should fix this build issue.TedOn Apr 12, 2012, at 11:26 AM, Ted Howard wrote:I'm responsible for those changes. I'll have to open up the code and take a look, but my changes were Mac specific, so I probably goofed on the #ifdef MACVERSION stuff.TedOn Apr 12, 2012, at 11:17 AM, u074036 wrote:
This morning I compiled your code into my version of Frontier (not OPML). It seems to work as designed.
I did note a couple of issues with what is currently in SVN. My procedure was:
Sync my folder fully with SVN
Copy folder build_VC2K5 to build_VC2K10
open build_VC2K10\Frontier.vcproj using Visual Studio 10
Allow VS to convert the project
Select the "Frontier_Release" solution configuration
I noted a pair of lines in error in icon.c. I then replaced icon.c with an older version dated 3/1/2011 and recompiled. This file compiled OK, but then there was an unresolved symbol in opicons.c. I replaced that file also with an older version (this one dated 4/20/2006) and recompiled. Now all was fine, so I proceeded to insert the multi-core bug code.
The pair of files I have issue with were created 11/1/2011 by tedchoward, apparently to insert "loadicondatafromodb". Any chance the author could please have a look and give me a clue what to do with these lines? Thanks!
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