Is gcj from gcc 3.3 required to build libswt.so for gcj - SWT integration?
Kevin B. Hendricks
Fri Apr 18 15:47:00 GMT 2003
Thanks for that hint. I have granned that patch and I will rebuild with it
and give it a try.
Is gcc 3.3. is reasonably stable? Should I simply grab that and start
working with that instead?
Also, do you have any docs or hints about how to debug gcj compiler
messages like the one I ran into? I tried -save-temps but that switch
seems to have been ignored. Are there other swithces that will let me see
the processed "source" at some level to help understand what is going on?
On April 18, 2003 10:13 am, Tom Tromey wrote:
> >>>>> "Kevin" == Kevin B Hendricks <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Kevin> ./org/eclipse/swt/custom/StyledText.java:77: Class
> Kevin> `org.eclipse.swt.custom.StyledText' already defined in
> Kevin> org/eclipse/swt/custom/StyledText.java:77.
> Kevin> So I appear to be stuck. Is gcj from gcc 3.3 a requirement to
> Kevin> compile this file or should I be able to compile it under gcj
> Kevin> from gcc 3.2.2?
> I fixed a bug in this area for 3.3. I don't know for certain whether
> or not it will fix your problem, but I think it will. The patch I'm
> thinking of is this one:
> 2003-01-30 Tom Tromey <email@example.com>
> * jcf-parse.c (read_class): Update identifier's class value if it
> changed during parsing.
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