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Re: PSPP & PSPPIRE running as native windows applications.

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: PSPP & PSPPIRE running as native windows applications.
Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 21:17:31 -0800
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"John McCabe-Dansted" <address@hidden> writes:

> On 2/8/07, John Darrington <address@hidden> wrote:
>>      On the topic of *printf, I had to comment out
>>       libintl_fprintf libintl_printf and libintl_sprintf
>>      In intl/printf.c because these symbols conflict with symbols provided by
>>      -lintl
>> Didn't Ben's checkin fix this?
> No, I'm still getting the following error when trying to compile the
> gui. Worse, I have to leave them in to compile pspp (unless I link the
> cli version against -lintl as well).

That's different from the warning that my check-in was intended
to fix.

I'm thinking that we should drop the included libintl from PSPP.
Other GNU software, as I understand it, no longer includes
libintl, instead expecting that if its functionality is desired,
the user will have already installed it.  Dropping it might
address this problem.

I haven't yet installed the libraries and tools needed to build
and link the GUI under mingw32, so I don't have any real fix
RMS on DRM: "This ought to be a crime. And, if we had governments of the
people, by the people, for the people, then the executives of those companies
would be in prison.  But they're not in prison, and the reason is that we have
government of the people, by the sell-outs, for the corporations."

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