Re: openoffice is compiling again!...but won't run.

2002-07-16 Thread David O'Brien
On Fri, Jul 12, 2002 at 10:02:35AM +0200, Martin Blapp wrote: sjlj and dwarf2 work. But the problem with CURRENT is that this patch seems to be needed. (Patch from Alexander Kabaev) This patch is wrong. I committed a correct one from Alxander. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: openoffice is compiling again!...but won't run.

2002-07-12 Thread Max Khon
hi, there! On Fri, Jul 12, 2002 at 01:30:47AM +0200, Martin Blapp wrote: Make sure you use the ports gcc31 for compiling. The c++ from CURRENT has broken exception handling. In the next few days a patch will be committed to address this. btw does it still use -fsjlj method for exception

Re: openoffice is compiling again!...but won't run.

2002-07-12 Thread Martin Blapp
Hi, btw does it still use -fsjlj method for exception handling? sjlj and dwarf2 work. But the problem with CURRENT is that this patch seems to be needed. (Patch from Alexander Kabaev) Index: config/i386/freebsd.h === RCS file:

openoffice is compiling again!...but won't run.

2002-07-11 Thread walt
I just finished compiling and installing openoffice on yesterday's -current, thanks to the stat.h patch from Bruce. Unfortunately, the 'setup' program segfaults just like it did two months ago. This was fixed in -stable with Matt's patch for rtld-elf, but that patch won't apply in -current.

Re: openoffice is compiling again!...but won't run.

2002-07-11 Thread Don Lewis
On 11 Jul, walt wrote: I just finished compiling and installing openoffice on yesterday's -current, thanks to the stat.h patch from Bruce. It even runs properly for me if I access my previously setup home directory NFS mounted from a stable box. Also, it successfully reads a Word document

Re: openoffice is compiling again!...but won't run.

2002-07-11 Thread Matthew Dillon
:On 11 Jul, walt wrote: : I just finished compiling and installing openoffice on yesterday's : -current, thanks to the stat.h patch from Bruce. : :It even runs properly for me if I access my previously setup home :directory NFS mounted from a stable box. Also, it successfully reads a :Word

Re: openoffice is compiling again!...but won't run.

2002-07-11 Thread walt
Don Lewis wrote: On 11 Jul, walt wrote: I just finished compiling and installing openoffice on yesterday's -current, thanks to the stat.h patch from Bruce.[but it won't run] It even runs properly for me if I access my previously setup home directory NFS mounted from a stable box. Also,

Re: openoffice is compiling again!...but won't run.

2002-07-11 Thread walt
Matthew Dillon wrote: :On 11 Jul, walt wrote: : Unfortunately, the 'setup' program segfaults just like it did : two months ago. This was fixed in -stable with Matt's patch for : rtld-elf, but that patch won't apply in -current. I had committed the alloca()-mmap() change to both

Re: openoffice is compiling again!...but won't run.

2002-07-11 Thread Martin Blapp
Hi, Make sure you use the ports gcc31 for compiling. The c++ from CURRENT has broken exception handling. In the next few days a patch will be committed to address this. And we have a special mailinglist for openoffice now :-) Please mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] You could also get one of the