Subject: Re: old hpbsd sources
To: Andreas Brusinsky <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/17/1997 16:24:49
(Note: I have no knowledge about what other people may be doing
with respect to X11R6 for NetBSD - just trying to help with
the compiling questions :)
On Mon, 17 Mar 1997, Andreas Brusinsky wrote:
> [ Working on X11R6 for NetBSD ]
> In file included from cfbrrop.c:36:
> cfbmskbits.h:132: division by zero in #if
> but in cfbmskbits.h
> 130: /* set PWSH = log2(PPW) using brute force */
> 132: #if PPW == 1 !! what can here produce a division by zero?
> 133: #define PWSH 0
Can you check for where PPW is defined - it might be a macro
that ends up expanding to something like '(1 / 0)'.
> In the topcat directory the cfb errors come up again.
> Because I have integrated dl.h, I can not understand why
> this error comes up in the input directory:
> In file included from x_threebut.c:60:
> x_serialdrv.h:97: syntax error before `shl_t'
> *** Error code 1
Uhh pass - could you send a code fragment to the list?:)
.---- I've been too drunk to love ----.-- I've been too drunk to remember -.
| too drunk to care | the hell of the night before |
| looked like death, felt like hell | I've been drinking myself blind |
`------ been the worse for wear ------'-- and still I'll drink some more --'