[Expat-discuss] Question regarding latest version of expat
White, Kevin W
kevin.w.white at lmco.com
Fri Jun 4 11:12:35 EDT 2004
Ok, here it is. What I downloaded doesn't even have a .dsw file, so I am not sure how it is you were able to build. I tried to execute ./configure to build in Linux, I chmod 777 so that I can execute the script, then I get : bad interpreter: No such file or directory.
Sorry for complaining, but it was SO NICE that the first set of files compiled so seamlessly, and then when I grabbed the more recent stuff, all of the directories are re-arranged, and nothing worked right out of the box.
My only guess is that there is separate source which includes win32 that I have yet to find. The links I have used are from http://www.jclark.com/xml/expat.html. I managed to find a few from sourceforge, but I can't remember the exact link I used. I know that it took a bit to find source files outside of CVS.
Thanks for the response,
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From: "White, Kevin W" <kevin.w.white at lmco.com>
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> I have been trying to make the latest version of expat, with some considerable problems.
The current release of Expat (1.95.7) as well a the latest CVS
build just fine for me in MS VC++ 6.0, MS VisualStudio.NET and RedHat 9 (gcc 3.2.2).
Instead of complaining, why not give us some details on your problems?
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