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From Manuel Barros <man...@enjazz.com>
Subject Re: Xalan using Code Warrior
Date Thu, 03 Jan 2002 21:44:00 GMT

I hope this answers your question:

The answer is simple, but probably unsatisfactory.  Get the latest Xalan 
distribution, and the latest CodeWarrior compiler, i.e. Version 7.  
Compile the distribution.  When you get a set of warnings and compiler 
errors then fix them by either changing the offending lines of code, 
changing compiler options, or changing includes.  Repeat this process 
until all the errors are gone.  Most of the errors are merely compiler 
and standard template library incompatibilities.  The header files in 
the distribution control some of these incompatibilities.  The other 
problems are OS related incompatibilities, such as sockets, file 
management, etc.  Unfortunately, there is no clear solution to these 
problems, you have to roll your own interface classes for the Mac.

Using this technique, will not only get the project to compile 
eventually, but you will get a chance to learn about the source, which 
you must understand in order to get any use out of Xalan.

You may want to search the net a third party  standard template 
library.  There is at least one.  I can't quite remember the name.

Hope this answers your question.  I once got most of the compiler 
errors, but then gave up when I realized how huge the code was, making 
it difficult to keep up with newer distribution releases.  This almost a 
year ago.

On Thursday, January 3, 2002, at 04:14 PM, Carlos wrote:

> How did you do it? It’s more useful to explain the process than to say 
> I did it
> Thanks
> Carlos
> On 01/03/02 13:02, "Patrick E Laplante" <sandman@rochester.rr.com> 
> wrote:
> I got xalan working on MacOS9 using code warrior.
> So you know...
> Pat
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