> Henning Meier-Geinitz wrote:
> > > sharp.c and nec.c use shm.c, which is only available on System V (and
> > > clone) platforms.
> > We can detect the availibility of shm.h in configure and check in
> > nec.c/sharp.c. If both backends depend on shm (no alternative), they
> > can be excluded from compilation. Is OS/2 using the normal configure
> > script?
> Both the Sharp and the NEC backend can be compiled without needing shm.h
> and friends. For the Sharp backend, it's enough to undefine USE_FORK;
> the NEC backend is slightly more complicated (#ifndef NOTUSE_PCIN500 --
> Kazuya should know, what NOTUSE_PCIN500 means).
/* USE_FORKL fork a special reader process
is wrong.(USE_FORK is always defined.) #ifndef NOTUSE_PCIN500 and #endif
are not neccesary.(Only #define USE_FORK is neccesary. Just same as sharp.c)
after delete #ifndef or #endif
It's enough to undefine USE_FORK;
or remove #define USE_FORK
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