> > > However, nec.c contains the string "JX" 17 times, mostly in comments,
> > > but otherwise:
> > Ok. But this doesn't seem to harm compilation, because every reference
> > to "JX" is in some sort of #ifdef (or am I wrong?). At least here on
> > Unix. That's a job for the Nec maintainer, Fukuda Kazuya. I added a
> > point on the TODO list.
> 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 know nec.c have "JX"(and "JX" is not use by default.). I leave "JX"
beacause I think that it is easy to add new NEC scanner. But #define of
USE_FORK(in #ifndef NOTUSE_PCIN500) is my mistake, sorry.
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