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  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on w3m

    If you have a hint on how to make w3m-img work again, TY. I am running whichever terminal-application you want to recommend on Debian Gnu/Linux Buster/Sid. For the time, there are no images displayed in xterm, rxvt-anything, lxterminal, roxterm.., what else. uxterm. w3m is configured to show inline-images and to not use an external viewer.., like in those times, when w3m-img worked alright for me. TIA

  • Posted a comment on discussion Open Discussion on w3m

    Good morning. I am running w3m/0.5.3+git20170102 on Debian Gnu/Linux buster/sid. As the last official update is noted as of april 2013, the project could just as well be called dead, by now. But there appears to be a git-resource for w3m and I had not been aware of that prior running w3m -version. As the last contribution on github is noted as of 2011-01-17, I guess that the the code referenced by git20170102 has been copied from the w3m-el project and probably only for the Debian version of w3m....

  • Posted a comment on ticket #11 on porg

    Compiles out of the box (:wq)

  • Modified a comment on ticket #11 on porg

    opt.cc: In constructor ‘Porg::Opt::Opt(int, char**)’: opt.cc:208:22: error: this statement may fall through [-Werror=implicit-fallthrough=] case '?': die_help(); ~~~~~~~~^~ opt.cc:212:4: note: here default: assert(0); break; ^~~~~~~ I just duplicated the “assert(0);break;” after the call to “die_help()”; I ignore, though, if and where you react to the failed assertion. An explicit fall through may be better or not...

  • Modified a comment on ticket #11 on porg

    opt.cc: In constructor ‘Porg::Opt::Opt(int, char**)’: opt.cc:208:22: error: this statement may fall through [-Werror=implicit-fallthrough=] case '?': die_help(); ~~~~~~~~^~ opt.cc:212:4: note: here default: assert(0); break; ^~~~~~~ I just duplicated the “assert(0)” after the call to “die_help()”; I ignore, though, if and where you react to the failed assertion. An explicit fall through may be better or not...

  • Modified a comment on ticket #11 on porg

    opt.cc: In constructor ‘Porg::Opt::Opt(int, char**)’: opt.cc:208:22: error: this statement may fall through [-Werror=implicit-fallthrough=] case '?': die_help(); ~~~~~~~~^~ opt.cc:212:4: note: here default: assert(0); break; ^~~~~~~ I just duplicated the “assert(0)” after the call to “diehelp()”; I ignore, though, if and where you react to the failed assertion. An explicit fall through may be better or not...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #11 on porg

    opt.cc: In constructor ‘Porg::Opt::Opt(int, char**)’: opt.cc:208:22: error: this statement may fall through [-Werror=implicit-fallthrough=] case '?': die_help(); ~~~~~~~~^~ opt.cc:212:4: note: here default: assert(0); break; ^~~~~~~ I just duplicated the assert(0) after the call to die_help(); I ignore, though, if and where you react to the failed assertion. An explicit fall through may be better or not...

  • Modified a comment on ticket #11 on porg

    Thank you for keeping this up. Even after make clean/distclean and autoreconf, then ./configure, compilation ends with the error when log.c is processed. The Makefile in porg-log contains, though: cat lib/porg-log/Makefile | grep CXXFLAGS CXXFLAGS = -g -O2 MY_CXXFLAGS = -W -ansi -pedantic -Wall -fno-operator-names -std=c++11 -Wno-deprecated-declarations -Wno-nonnull-compare -Werror I do not know... (,a lot of things, apparently and) if the order of individual values has an impact. How are CXXFLAGS...

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