From: smog zer <smogzer@gm...> - 2005-07-01 11:16:18
Because the development of sphinx2 is not much active maybe you could
include that header in the directory of the driver and refer to it to
skip the message.
btw do you know how to fix this compilation error in sphinx2:
linklist.c: In function 'listelem_alloc':
linklist.c:143: error: invalid lvalue in assignment
the line has this:
(char*)cp +=3D elem_size;
to compile I replace with=20
cp +=3D elem_size;
but then I get segfaults on some programs .
Do you know anything about that ?
> This is an old problem with using Sphinx in C++ code. The core of the pr=
> is a union with members like "int8 int8;" which C++ doesn't like at all! =
> can hack the Sphinx2 header files to remove it, since user code dosen't a=
> need to use that union I don't think. Search Sphinx2 mailing list archive=
s for a
> summary/patch I posted a while ago or I can make one and post it here.
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