Certain programs have problems compiling.
X11/Xutil.h. People recommend adding
-I/usr/include/mitto use the MIT versions of the header files, using the
-traditionalswitch to turn off ISO C, or fixing the header files by adding this:
#ifdef __STDC__ #define NeedFunctionPrototypes 0 #endif
You can prevent this problem by linking GCC with the GNU malloc
(which thus replaces the malloc that comes with the system). GNU malloc
is available as a separate package, and also in the file
src/gmalloc.c in the GNU Emacs 19 distribution.
If you have installed GNU malloc as a separate library package, use this option when you relink GCC:
Alternatively, if you have compiled
gmalloc.c from Emacs 19, copy
the object file to
gmalloc.o and use this option when you relink