On Thu, 12 May 2005 00:20:16 -0700, Thomas F. Burdick wrote:
> R. Mattes writes:
> > On Wed, 11 May 2005 00:39:40 -0700, Thomas F. Burdick wrote:
> > > Unless someone has added it, there is no Linux/PPC support.
> > Ah, conflicting information 8-/
> > When i complained about the missing Linux/PPC support at the Amsterdam
> > meeting several people claimed that this wasn't true ...
> No, you complained about missing "PPC" support. If you say "PPC" or
> "SPARC", people will generally assume you mean Darwin/PPC and
> Solaris/SPARC unless you say otherwise.
Sorry, but i'm _pretty_ shure i said 'PPC/Linux' ... i'm well aware of
the working PPC/Darwin code.
> > I haven't checked out the CVS stuff, my current code is frm Rick
> > Taube's distribution of LambdaGTK (which seems to be (?) your code).
> > There _is_ a 'ppc' directory in that code - does your comment imply
> > that this code is PPC/Darwin only?
> > > It works
> > > with Linux/x86, Solaris/SPARC, and Darwin/PPC (there were a couple
> > > minor bugs in the Darwin/PPC, that I fixed in some version of the
> > > "patch", but they could be worked around by lying about the
> > > affected types).
> Would you please read what you're quoting.
I actually did. Would you please read what i wrote? I was referring to the
code that Heinrich Taube provides on the LambdaGTK website - since this
tar-archive doesn't mention your name or its origin i wasn't sure whether
the ppc stuff was actually written by you or by someone else contributing
to the LambdaGTK code. Meanwhile i checked out the CVS stuff and it _does_
indeed look like your code. Unfortunately there seems to be no history in
the CVS so i've no idea about what patches were applied when.
Thanks for the information