I'll try to give at a go asap, but I just changed jobs, so free time is
less of an available commidity at the moment.
Henning Meier-Geinitz wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 22, 2000 at 06:49:26PM +0100, Paul Floyd wrote:
> > The problem was with the enable-warnings causing -ansi to be given, and
> > sigset_t isn't ansi.
> I see. I have just committed some changes to CVS:
> * Don't set -ansi in configure if os2.h is present. Is os2.h always
> present on OS/2 systems? Any better idea for testing if OS/2 ist
> present? Does it work now or is it necessary to remove "-pedantic"
> * Set PATH_MAX in include/sane/sanei_backend.h if not defined elsewhere.
> I chose this file instead of config.h because it's included after the
> system include files and won't make trouble when PATH_MAX is
> defined there. It works for me now (even if I remove PATH_MAX from
> the system header file).
> * Check for sys/shm.h in configure and set HAVE_SYS_SHM_H in config.in.
> This help backend authors (nec, sharp) to check for shm. It won't
> change the problems with these backends until the authors have added
> tests for shm.
> Could you test these changes? It can take up to an hour until they
> arrive at the anoncvs server.
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