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Re: SunOS build failures for the last 2 days

On 8/17/05, Wayne Davison <wayned@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 17, 2005 at 11:08:41AM -0400, Vin Shelton wrote:
> > "./utils.epro", line 14: syntax error before or at: c
> > "./utils.epro", line 14: warning: undefined or missing type for: c
> The source was just recently changed to define ZLE_UNICODE_SUPPORT by
> default on (what we hoped would be) systems that would support the new
> Unicode support.  You can get back to the non-Unicode codebase by using
> the configure option --disable-multibyte.  However, it would be nice if
> you could help us to debug what part of the Unicode support is failing
> on SunOS.
> That error message makes it look like the type "wint_t" isn't known to
> the compiler, but if that is true, I don't see how getkeystring() would
> successfully build without ZLE_UNICODE_SUPPORT being defined -- unless
> the new configure test for multibyte support had messed up somehow?
> Perhaps try compiling and running the attached C program (compile it in
> the same dir as your zsh config.h using "cc -o multibyte multibyte.c").

This prints 'No'.

FYI - I've attached the (SunOS-5.8) config.h file.  You'll note that
HAVE_WCHAR_H and HAVE_WCRTOMB are defined.

IIRC, Sun's wide character support is broken in these OS versions.


Attachment: config.h
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