ruby-1.6.4 on cygwin
Gerrit P. Haase
Wed Jun 6 16:01:00 GMT 2001
Agostino Deligia schrieb am 2001-06-06, 10:55:
> > * Agostino Deligia <email@example.com> [010606 22:25]:
> > > I had to place the following X header files (from the Cygwin XFree86 project)
> > > in /usr/include/X11 before configuring with --enable-shared so that tcltklib
> > > would ger built and installed. Other than that, ruby 1.6.4 built
> > > out-of-the-box.
> > >
> > > X.h
> > > Xfuncproto.h
> > > Xlib.h
> > > Xosdefs.h
> > Sounds strange. I don't have any X-related thing on my hard disk. I
> > once tried Cygwin XFree you mentioned but now it's completely removed.
> > Sorry I can't make out why you had to have those headers. Suggestions
> > anyone?
> > [...]
> The ruby Tcl/Tk extension includes <tk.h> which itself contains the following
> code snippet:
> #ifndef _TCL
> # include <tcl.h>
> #ifndef _XLIB_H
> # ifdef MAC_TCL
> # include <Xlib.h>
> # include <X.h>
> # else
> # include <X11/Xlib.h>
> # endif
> #ifdef __STDC__
> # include <stddef.h>
> Note the #include <X11/Xlib.h>. The latter header file itself includes the
> other X headers I mentionned.
Then it should not compile, if you got no X installed, which it does
like he mentioned.
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