On Mon, Dec 18, 2000 at 09:03:42PM +0100, Paul Floyd wrote:
> > Maybe I didn't understand this but can't you use something like
> > CFLAGS="-whatever -debugflag -necessary" ./configure"?
> I could, but it'd be nice (one day) to be able to do
> autoconf; configure; make; frontend/scanimage > test.pnm
Yes, but usings variables seems easier for me than editing configure.
The best solution is when everything works out-of-the-box.
> As I said, they are #ifdefed out by default (though unfortunately, one
> of the #ifdefs that controls the #define of USE_FORK and hence #include
> <shm.h> also conditionally compiles a section of code with some of the
> enum values from sharp.h).
I think these problems can be fixed relatively easy (as mentioned in
my other article).
> The error is:
> sanei_scsi.c:2942: initializer element is not computable at load time
> sanei_scsi.c:2942: (near initialization for `param.u')
> Perhaps this is a problem with the version of GCC I'm using.
Probably. My gcc 2.95.2 compiles this part without errors. As this is
OS/2-only code you may change this to something that works withouth
thinking about other platforms.
> In backend, the build only gets as far as agfafocus.c before falling
> over due to a variable that's used and is not ansi.
Where exactly (error message)?
> I've already done quite a lot of that, and there's been (relatively)
> lively discussion on the sane-os2 discussion list:
> http://paulf.free.fr/sane-os2.html and /software.html for links to
> several binaries that I've compiled (in a rather amateurish way).
Fine. After the release of 1.0.4 I will try to fix the PTHA_MAX thing
and look for others. Can you use CVS on OS/2? You could get the
current SANE version everytime in this case.
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