#5 compile with MacOSX and Cygwin.

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Anil Kumar
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2012-10-25
2003-08-14
TSUTSUMI Kikuo
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Hello.

I installed CUnit in MacOSX and cygwin. It reports on that.

A twofold environment above has recognized the same
file "Curses.h" and <curses.h>. The purpose is for the
filesystem
not to distinguish the capital letter and the small letter.

Then, I included <ncurses.h>. However, it has become a
compile
error by Curses.c. Because, the macro 'bool' defines in
ncurese.h.

I had it can compile by enclosing the definition of bool in
Curses.c with #ifndef bool.

It is great when helping.

Discussion

  • Anil Kumar
    Anil Kumar
    2003-08-14

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    It seems that you are using a previous release. Please
    download th new release fom the downloads section. The CVS
    is not yetr updates so CVS checkout version may not work
    appropriately.

     
  • Anil Kumar
    Anil Kumar
    2003-08-14

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    It seems that you are using a previous release. Please
    download th new release fom the downloads section. The CVS
    is not yetr updates so CVS checkout version may not work
    appropriately.

     
  • TSUTSUMI Kikuo
    TSUTSUMI Kikuo
    2003-08-14

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    Thank you. Compilation about bool could succeed in me. But, a
    compiler seems to think <curses.h> and "Curses.h" the still
    same file.

     


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