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Those messages are about compiling using TinyX and KDrive, which
works with only minor modifications. Thing is, it is not what is really needed.
On Tuesday 17 July 2001 20:52, Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo wrote:
> Em Tue, Jul 17, 2001 at 01:11:46PM -0700, H . J . Lu escreveu:
> > On Tue, Jul 17, 2001 at 01:09:00PM -0700, Ilya Volynets wrote:
> > > I was working on it a while ago, and here are few pointers:
> > > Some tools have to be run natively (i.e. xkbcomp), but also need to
> > > be installed on target. I din't find a rule that does both. I think new
> > > rule is needed.
> > I am aware of those. I want to delay it as much as I can.
> recent messages to the XFree86 mailing lists has the recipe to x-compile
> XFree86, IIRC Keith Packard did the work
> > > gcc-3.0 crashes when compiling some parts of Xserver and Xlib,
> > > with very obscure bug. Minimal test case I came up with is
> > > ~45(!) lines long. Keith filed report to gcc team on my behalf,
> > > but there seems to be no responce. I do not know if your
> > > gcc has same problem, but someone mentioned similar problem
> > > with 2.9x.y series on this list not so long ago.
> > Don't bother with gcc-3.0. I won't use it myself for building X.
> > H.J.
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