Mon Jul 22 19:42:00 GMT 2002
>>>>> "Norman" == Norman Hendrich <email@example.com> writes:
Norman> 1) Some of my source files include German umlauts, but compiling with
Norman> gcj --encoding=ISO-8859-1, as posted recently on this list, worked.
Norman> I think this should go onto the GCJ FAQ web page.
That makes sense.
Norman> 2) GCJ doesn't like double constants like "0E-9" (jikes and javac do).
Thanks. I agree this is a bug.
Could you submit a PR for this?
Norman> Q1: Is there any way to convince the linker that it should produce
Norman> an executable anyway, despite missing references?
Offhand I doubt it, but you could check the linker reference manual to
Norman> I am quite confident that all classes and methods actually used
Norman> during batch-mode simulation are there.
You could make a C file with dummy definitions for the missing symbols.
Or you could change your program so that the AWT dependencies are in a
module that doesn't need to be linked in.
Or you could write the missing classes :-)
Norman> Q2: Are you at all interested in a more detailed bug report against
Norman> the gcj AWT?
I don't think so, since we already know a lot of stuff is missing.
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