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Re: Using "-O1 -g" to debug optimisation bugs in Mingw.

From: John McCabe-Dansted
Subject: Re: Using "-O1 -g" to debug optimisation bugs in Mingw.
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2007 09:58:59 +0800

On 4/4/07, Ben Pfaff <address@hidden> wrote:
By the way, what do we lack at the moment (if anything) before
PSPP compiles clean out-of-the-box (even if buggy) on MinGW?

AFAICT, nothing.

I have attached my cvs diff.

This diff:
 adds an assert that may or may not trap so windows related bug.
 makes "make check" a bit less picky about whitespace
 stops pspp from trapping segfaults, which can be annoying when debugging.

Bits of this may or may not be useful, but not needed to compile.

I have also created a "w32" directory that handles a bunch of problems
such as lack of windows specific icons, windows installer, glade
callbacks for psppire, setting up build dependences etc. I intend to
post this somewhere once I have tidied it up a bit.

John C. McCabe-Dansted
PhD Student
University of Western Australia

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