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Re: Build Errors

From: Manuele Kirsch Pinheiro <Manuele.Kirsch_Pinheiro@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 16:41:54 +0200
Message-ID: <3CAC6632.8050607@inrialpes.fr>
To: aron@malkine.com
CC: www-lib@w3.org
  Hi Aron!

Aron Malkine wrote:

>I formally undefined "HT_EXT" by uncommenting the line #undef HT_EXT in
>libwww\library\src\windows, then re-bootstrapped and nothing different
>happened. Same linking problems with the extensions.
Oh-oh.. Those definitly are not good news... :(

> Please send info on
>what to change in the code to remove the references if you think that
>might solve the problem here. 
I think (better, I hope) that only some little changes may help you... 
Looking the error messages that you send to the list, it seems to me 
that the compiler is seeing the definition of those methods in the 
header file (maybe some problem with my "#if defined" and "#ifdef" 
declarations), but it   doesn't find them after this... So, my 
suggestion is begin by those header files: we should comment these 
functions in HTMethod.h and HTReq.h header files. After this, we may 
also comment the functions in "HTMethod.c" and "HTReqMan.c" files. There 
is only a drawback with the HTMethod_hasEntity definition: WebDAV module 
need it also, so if you intent to work with this, you should uncomment 
the definition of this function (and comment the macro definition, if 
"#ifdef HT_DAV" declaration does not work)... 
I'm sending in to you those files already modified. I'm sending  the 
header files in both ".h" and ".html" formats. Normally, under unix 
environment, the header files (.h) are produced from the ".html" files, 
but I don't know how it works under windows environment... So, I'm 
sending both...
Try those files... I hope they may help you... I'm not a windows C 
programmer, so I don't known if I can do much more for you.. :( But, if 
the problem are only my new declarations, those files will help you...

Good luck!


>I am willing to fight a bit to get this up
>and running with latest patches and updates (most if not all). I would
>imagine quite a bit has gone into libwww since Dev 20th 2000.
>Aron G Malkine
>Malkine Interactive

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