[PATCH] check_writable for Win32 and cygwin repair
bim2006 at basistech.com
Sat Nov 25 21:24:03 EST 2006
You need to start with my changes to intl-encap-win32.c. My changes add
a comment that is read by the perl script. If you run the nmake, you
should get one new function in each of the two generated files. If
you're willing to commit the results, I can make sure that my changes
work with what happens when you generate, and we're off to the races.
From: ethersoft at gmail.com [mailto:ethersoft at gmail.com] On Behalf Of Vin
Sent: Saturday, November 25, 2006 9:02 PM
To: Benson Margulies
Cc: xemacs-patches at xemacs.org
Subject: Re: [PATCH] check_writable for Win32 and cygwin repair
On 11/25/06, Benson Margulies <bim2006 at basistech.com> wrote:
> You might try my improved version, but I have my doubts about whether
> will help those missing parties, which were introduced by Microsoft
> the platform SDK for 64-bit compatibility.
> I strongly recommend a policy of requiring a Platform SDK. Ever since
> VC7, Microsoft has stopped including Win32 API headers in the visual
> studio hierarchy. Instead, you are supposed to have the platform SDK.
> You always \could/ use the platform SDK, which is more up-to-date.
> a free download from Microsoft. The platform SDK is compatible with
> If you don't want to go here, we'll have to find SOMEONE to regenerate
> qxe who has the old, dusty, VC6 environment, and who is willing to run
> the qxe generation target against my addition of aclapi.h and check in
> the results.
I'm happy to give this a try. I ran "nmake -f xemacs.mak
unicode-encapsulate", but no differences were detected. Can you tell
me what else I need to do?
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