ok, so you are saying that GNOME stuff works fine?
What do yuo have running and is there still anything that does the wrong
On Tue, 2 Jul 2002, Wesley Morgan wrote:
> After reading this... I got to thinking, and I copied the old headers into
> the wrong place. After rebuilding, it works fine :)... That's what I get
> for doing it at 2am! My fault, you guys could have fixed this almost
> immediately except for some bad info from me.
> > Good idea.
> > Unforunatly someone tried to complie a libc_r with the old queue.h and
> > it had the same problem (or so they said).
> > On Tue, 2 Jul 2002, Ian Dowse wrote:
> >> In message
> >> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Ju
> >> lian Elischer writes:
> >> >The big problem at the moment is that something in the
> >> >source tree as a whole, and probably something that came in with KSE
> >> >is stopping us from successfully compiling a working libc_r.
> >> >(a bit ironic really).
> >> Is the new
> >> (elm)->field.tqe_next = (void *)-1;
> >> in TAILQ_REMOVE a likely candidate? That could easily tickle old bugs
> >> in other code. The libc_r code does use a lot of TAILQ macros.
> >> Ian
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