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Subject: Re: More & More libplugin blues :(
From: BlueChip (cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net)
At 16:24 09/07/04, you wrote:
>>At 10:07 25/06/04, you wrote:
>>>At 08:03 21/06/04, you wrote:
>>>>On Mon, 21 Jun 2004, BlueChip wrote:
>>>>...Hopefully, you can decode what actually went wrong and fix it in a
>>>>more suitable way?
>>>Yes, its a problem with the include path when building the libplugin for
>>>the simluator. Linus is on the case right now.
>>Any news of whether you still plan to fix this?
>I hope I have left it long enough before helping you become aware of
>this problem again.
>Maybe Linus is still struggling to get this challenging code working
>but either way, it would be nice to get an update :)
>You may also be interested to know that with some of the latest core changes
>the libplugin interface is now so broken it cannot be botched externally,
>it now _requires_ core mods to get it to even compile.
>If you still need more of my help to find this solution, please feel free
>Hope to hear soon,
Hey! Good News,
I have found a nice way to circumvent the problem after all :)
Simply replace #include "plugin.h" with:
#if defined(SIMULATOR) && !defined(__MINGW32__)
int printf(const char *format, ...);
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