Fwd: PowerPC and ncurses.
eng at pinenet.com
Tue Mar 15 07:31:38 CET 2005
Frank Heckenbach wrote:
>Forwarded from marcov at stack.nl:
>>Some small comments
>>Powerpc: The 603 has floating point alignment requirements iirc. If he has
>>a 603, check what the default ppc processor is, and if it is a ppc603 (quite
>>old, think 100-200 MHz range) try to specify codegeneration for a ppc603
>>The addition of library to external symbols is standard delphi syntax. I
>>think it has to do with the way Windows loads DLLs (OS X also seems to
>>require it sometimes, Mach O can have multiple namespaces IIRC).
>>A nice sideeffect could be that it allows the linker to better pinpoint the cause
>>of a missing symbol (not symbol x is missing, but symbol x is missing from
>>lib y), but LD doesn't do that yet.
Perhaps you and/or Marco will help me figure out a pascal graphics issue.
I've looked at the Gnu Plotutils libplot library. It seems to provide
the capabilities fpimage, fpcanvas, etc. provide in fpc's new pre-2.0
release (I don't really know)??
I only ask because binding pascal to libplot seemed like a simple
enough, yet meaningful project for me. When browsing the web I found this;
I like the versatility of Gnu libplot. But appreciate advice. You all
move so fast.
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