STR #1312

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STR #1312

Application:FLTK Library
Status:5 - New
Priority:3 - Moderate, e.g. unable to compile the software
Scope:2 - Specific to an operating system
Summary:incorrect configure script: "dirent" redefined, U32 not defined...
Created By:exhu
Assigned To:Unassigned
Fix Version:Unassigned
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#1 exhu
02:05 Jun 06, 2006
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#1 exhu
02:05 Jun 06, 2006
Debian 3.1 r1, GCC 3.3:


Seems to correctly recognize dirent but doesn't put the corresponding #define into config.h, the same with U32.

See attached archive with files: configure_log.txt, make_log.txt, config.h
#2 Flannel
23:03 Jul 10, 2006
This also happens in windows under cygwin (mingw).
U32 fails to be defined (along with U16), as do a few other things (image library for one).

They are correctly defined in config.log (under the heading 'confdefs.h'),  just not in config.h
#3 fabien
05:41 Jul 27, 2006
I didn't know we also support Debian ...
put this STR priority as moderate as it is
'unable to compile the software'
#4 snoyberg
13:35 Nov 21, 2006
I had the U32 bug in Cygwin; I solved it by adding:

#define U32 unsigned

to config.h. It's a real hack, so I'm not recommending patching the trunk with it, but for those dying to try out FLTK2 on their Windoze systems at work, it seems to be fine.
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