Can I help?
ingo_weinhold at gmx.de
Mon May 24 03:16:28 PDT 2010
On 2010-05-24 at 08:06:25 [+0200], Andrew Bachmann
<andrewbachmann at gmail.com> wrote:
> I recommend that you start by following the instructions from here:
> Please note that xsltproc is available in one of the packages for
> Haiku now. I haven't checked if it was included in the haiku alpha 2
> or not.
Also note that this will not work as straightly as described there with gcc
4.3, which is currently the default compiler Haiku comes with. There's a
serious problem with pre-compiled headers that causes the compiler to crash.
I was hoping Haiku r36263 would fix it, but it doesn't. I've also found
nothing in the gcc 4.4 change log that suggest that it was a gcc and not a
> After you've managed to get this working, the next step is to "get
> legal", by signing the SCA. There's a link from here and also good
> advice to sign up for this list:
Is that possible again? I sent an SCA to Sun in late February, but was told
that "because of the ongoing acquisition of Sun by Oracle, we
cannot accept this SCA at this time. We will try and let you know when
the situation has been resolved." I haven't been contacted yet at least.
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