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Syd Polk spolk@redhat.com
Mon Jul 24 15:21:00 GMT 2000


No, it was me who is confused.

The real README lives in snavigator/install, and gets copied to the 
toplevel by "make install".

There is a real version of the patch below living around here somewhere 
which I will have to scrounge up.


At 07:59 AM 7/25/00 +1000, Michael Still wrote:
>Syd,
>
>thanks for your reply. Perhaps I am confused. I have attached the Authors and
>Readme files from the snavigator directory... I have also attached the 
>config.log
>file for the tcl8.1 sub directory (which is the one I had to change). The 
>file I
>edited was tclPosixStr.c. The diff of the changed copy is attached.
>
>A uname -a of my system gives Linux sparc10 2.2.14-5.0-smp #1 SMP Tue Mar 7
>20:26:12 EST 2000 sparc unknown, which is a Sparc Redhat 6.1 box.
>
>Mikal
>
>Syd Polk wrote:
>
> > At 08:56 AM 7/24/00 +1000, Ben Elliston wrote:
> > >Hi Michael,
> > >
> > >    discovered that SN is released and downloaded it. I am not sure it is
> > >    ready for prime time yet though... I had to hack a TCL source file to
> > >    get it to compile and the snavigator directory have exciting things
> > >    like the AUTHORS file contains the text "AUTHORS". The same for the
> > >    README file as well. I haven't checked any others...
> > >
> > >The AUTHOR and README files were generated by Automake with their current
> > >contents.  I know it's not very helpful; the best place to reach people
> > >about S-N problems is on this mailing list (sourcenav@).
> > >
> > >If you like, send in a brief log showing the compilation error.  We've 
> never
> > >built S-N on SPARC Linux before.
> > >
> > >Ben
> >
> > The README inside snavigator is the current one. The toplevel files are
> > common to all Cygnus-based projects.
> >
> > Syd Polk                spolk@redhat.com
> > Engineering Manager     +1 415 777 9810 x 241
> > Red Hat, Inc.
>README
>AUTHORS
>This file contains any messages produced by compilers while
>running configure, to aid debugging if configure makes a mistake.
>
>configure:552: checking host system type
>configure:604: checking whether make sets ${MAKE}
>989,991c989,991
>< #if defined(SIGPWR) && (!defined(SIGXFSZ) || (SIGPWR != SIGXFSZ))
><       case SIGPWR: return "SIGPWR";
>< #endif
>---
> >         //#if defined(SIGPWR) && (!defined(SIGXFSZ) || (SIGPWR != SIGXFSZ))
> >         //    case SIGPWR: return "SIGPWR";
> >         //#endif
>1121,1123c1121,1123
>< #if defined(SIGPWR) && (!defined(SIGXFSZ) || (SIGPWR != SIGXFSZ))
><       case SIGPWR: return "power-fail restart";
>< #endif
>---
> >         //#if defined(SIGPWR) && (!defined(SIGXFSZ) || (SIGPWR != SIGXFSZ))
> >         //    case SIGPWR: return "power-fail restart";
> >         //#endif

Syd Polk		spolk@redhat.com
Engineering Manager	+1 415 777 9810 x 241
Red Hat, Inc.





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