Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Boundary-01=_OMJPNAgs2CPtafK" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit --Boundary-01=_OMJPNAgs2CPtafK Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Dear Robert, I still have problems starting the muse2 binary. I will follow your instructions the next days... But nevertheless compiling is no problem at all. As I have seen, you made some changes in the lmuse/trunk/muse2 sources. So I checked out the latest lmuse code using. I compiled it using qtcreator. I hope it is possible to attach a text file! :-))) The MUSE code is to be in very goof shape. Despite of some "unused variables" which I did not correct. there are only two kinds of errors: - unsigned/signed comparison: please proof which part of the comparison should be modified. sometimes the pos argument is signed, even when it should be unsigned!!! is it signed int by purpose??? - some output using the printf might work on 32 bit systems. but this will fail (at least with 64 bit OS): pattern type %ld used with argument int!!! (should be long int) pattern type %d used with argument argument byte !!! (should be int) Yours, Willy Am Samstag 22 Januar 2011, 00:00:18 schrieb Robert Jonsson: > Hi Willy, > > thanks for the details on how you got the project working, I'll reuse > some of it for the svn page when I get to it. --Boundary-01=_OMJPNAgs2CPtafK Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit

Dear Robert,

I still have problems starting the muse2 binary.

I will follow your instructions the next days...

But nevertheless compiling is no problem at all.

As I have seen,

you made some changes in the lmuse/trunk/muse2 sources.

So I checked out the latest lmuse code using.

I compiled it using qtcreator.

I hope it is possible to attach a text file! :-)))

The MUSE code is to be in very goof shape.

Despite of some "unused variables" which I did not correct.

there are only two kinds of errors:

- unsigned/signed comparison:

please proof which part of the comparison should be modified.

sometimes the pos argument is signed,

even when it should be unsigned!!!

is it signed int by purpose???

- some output using the printf might work on 32 bit systems.

but this will fail (at least with 64 bit OS):

pattern type %ld used with argument int!!! (should be long int) pattern type %d used with argument argument byte !!! (should be int)

Yours,

Willy

Am Samstag 22 Januar 2011, 00:00:18 schrieb Robert Jonsson:

> Hi Willy,

>

> thanks for the details on how you got the project working, I'll reuse

> some of it for the svn page when I get to it.

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