Re: SV: patching Newbie style

From: Richard Glover (
Date: 02/02/99

Have you run the 'configure' script on that code?  The Makefile and config.h
need to be adjusted by the 'configure' to meet YOUR system requirements.

You should take a quick look at the and make sure it looks like
your current Makefile.  Back up your Makefile before running configure.
It's usually a good idea.

The warnings about subscript of type 'char' means that whatever variable it
is using as a subscript needs to be 'int'.  i.e. mob_proto[k]... k needs to
be type 'int'.  This can be fixed by casting the subscript (messy) or using
an 'int' in the first place.


-----Original Message-----
From: Neal Robinson. <>
To: <>
Date: Tuesday, February 02, 1999 2:01 PM
Subject:  SV: patching Newbie style

>-----Opprinnelig melding-----
>Fra: Donald P. Taylor <>
>Til: Neal Robinson. <>
>Dato: 1. februar 1999 03:51
>Emne: RE: patching
>Right Thanks Donald,
>I picked up a copy of a file called from
>it seems to be a finished patched Circle and OLC+
>with DGscripts. saved me a lot of handpatching, 8)
>but then came the compiling hmmm.
>I am using circle30bpl14 and Cygnus GNU-Win32. and
>when i compiled i got this text
>cd src; make
>d src; make
>make ../bin/circle
>gcc -c -g -O2 -Wall  comm.c
>In file included from comm.c:14:
>sysdep.h:178: crypt.h: No such file or directory
>In file included from comm.c:14:
>sysdep.h:204: sys/select.h: No such file or directory
>make[1]: *** [comm.o] Error 1
>make: *** [all] Error 2

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