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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2006-08-02 14:12 -------
(In reply to comment #13)
<snip/>
> Thanks for your help Jeremias.  Do you mind if we keep this bug open so we can
> keep track of how GCC are progressing and any other issues I run into further 
> on
> down the line?  That way everything's in one place in case anyone else is as
> daft as me and tries to do this!

Yes, that's ok. Once it works we can write a Wiki or web page to provide
instructions for people who want to do the same.

(In reply to comment #14)
> After manually using `sed' to resolve those XML entities I get to this:
> 
>    [javac]
>
/sources/blfs/fop-0.92beta/src/java/org/apache/fop/util/DOMBuilderContentHandlerFactory.java:68:
> error: Type ‘ObjectBuiltListener’ not found in declaration of field 
> ‘obListener’.
> 
> Adding "import org.apache.fop.util.ContentHandlerFactory.ObjectBuiltListener;"
> works, but I suspect it's not the right fix?

Well, Sun's compiler can do without so GCJ should probably be able to do the
same. Another bug report for you to file. :-(

> Now I've hit a really nice one.  GCC's just segfaulted on me while trying to
> compile layoutmgr/PageBreakingAlgorithm.java :-(

Eeeek. Looks like you'll need nerves of steel to finish this. I'd have given up
already for the lack of sufficient motivation. I'd probably resort to compiling
FOP separately and just concentrate on running it. But I guess if you're
tracking down all the little problems GCJ will obviously profit.



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