Re: Problems compiling vim with --enable-gui on Debian 4.0
- On 20/04/08 10:03, François Ingelrest wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 20, 2008 at 1:25 AM, Joe Keen<joekeen@...> wrote:Try "make reconfig" (which should be run every time you change your Vim
>> > Are you two having the same problem?
>> > There is a difference in the size_t and int type of the second argument.
>> > But the idea is that these lines are removed when the function prototype
>> > is in the header. Question is why that doesn't happen. I appear to
>> > have the same thing in the header file and it works for me.
>> That is the problem I had before I installed the x-window-system-core
>> package in Debian. Commenting out the definition in osdefs.h did work
>> for me as well.
> I think I got it.
>> From what I understood, osdef.h is generated by osdef.sh. At first,
> when I launched the compilation, I was missing some X headers (the
> xserver-xorg-dev package I think), and it seems that osdef.sh was
> executed at that point. Since it did not find the headers, it kept
> many definitions (including _Xmblen), and the compilation finally
> failed because of the missing headers. Then I installed them, and I
> think that osdef.sh was never executed after that, resulting in the
> I've just tried to execute it by hand, and it has generated an almost
> empty osdef.h this time. Maybe the script should be run each time
> compilation is started? BTW, I'm using aap for this.
configuration or install new "development" packages used by Vim). You
may need to delete src/auto/config.cache and set configure settings via
environment variables, see
If you have hand-edited your sources out of recognition, you may even
have to start with a fresh set.
In Riemann, Hilbert or in Banach space
Let superscripts and subscripts go their ways.
Our asymptotes no longer out of phase,
We shall encounter, counting, face to face.
-- Stanislaw Lem, "Cyberiad"
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