> > > Can't y'all take OS related questions to OS related newsgroups/mailing > lists? Probs with Win 95, linux, etc, are not Circle specific.. > > (BTW, circle compiles fine for me under linux/elf... Maybe y'all should > RTFM ;p ) > Well a linux newgroup wont know shit about mallocing in a specproc of a circlemud mob. As regarding the: RTFM. First off, I never said I had compilation errors. It compiles fine. Second off... circle pl11 is 34k lines of code or there abouts. Ebon Mists is *84,253* lines of code. More than DOUBLE the circle code, so when everyone keeps saying that it compiles fine under elf, is it a global assumption that EVERYONE is using a naked or near unmodified version of pl11? Or a heavly modified pl11 but all it is modified with is patches that other people made? Ebon Mists is not circlepl11... when you have almost trippled the source code size I realy think that it doesnt follow ANY rules of circlepl11. (Besides the code base is pl 7) The question I have kept asking over and over to have no hint of a reply to is: Why might gdb give an error in malloc () when it never calls malloc?
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