Tue, 18 Feb 2003 17:33:25 -0600
One thing I'm a bit confused about -- I assume that the call to
RawLD::createModule(modname) is a call to the RawLD object in the
dynamic sword library (since the object hasn't been created yet in this
program. If so, then wouldn't the same constructor be used in that
library that would be in the next call to create a new RawLD object?
If so, then wouldn't the library be having all sorts of trouble reading
lex/dict modules? Neither diatheke or MacSword have any trouble doing
On Monday, February 17, 2003, at 04:48 PM, Chris Little wrote:
> On Sun, 16 Feb 2003, Darin Duphorne wrote:
>> I have spent the better part of a week trying to get imp2ld to work.
>> am using OSX 10.2.4. The libs appear to have been built and installed
>> ok, since diatheke works ok. I can use imp2vs to make nt and ot
>> files, but have been unsuccessful with either imp2ld or addld. I
>> inserted some debug code in imp2ld.cpp and found that it isn't
>> returning from creating a RawLD object with mod2=new RawLD(modname) .
> It looks like you have found the problematic area. You should search
> constructor and possibly the write interface routines to see if there
> any platform specific file system or endianness issues that haven't
> properly dealt with.
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