Re (4): [Oberon] Win32 Plugin Oberon, status report II
jmdrake_98 at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 20 16:48:26 CET 2003
--- John Drake <jmdrake_98 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Then the Plugin Oberon compiler and the Native
> Oberon compiler are out of sync (* sigh *).
> Since both of these compilers basically have
> the same job (compiling N.O. code on an
> Intel platform) I wonder if fixing this is
> as simple as copying the compiler from N.O.
> into P.O.? Of course when the Active/Plugin
> Oberon port gets finished this will be a
> moot point.
Ok. I downloaded the Native Oberon source
Then I extracted the compiler files under
Plugin Oberon, recompiled and tested them.
Now I've got DELEGATES under Plugin Oberon.
So I guess it's back to the drawing board
on my XML port. *LOL* I'll redo this as
I have time.
That reminds me, it seems that we need a
better way to keep source synched across
builds. At the very least if the compiler
files were kept in a seperate Zip archive
and there was a weblink saying "click here
for the latest Intel compiler"? Or perhaps
something more sophisticated that updated
each system source file (Plugin, Native,
Linux)? I don't know. There's got to
be a better way than trial and error.
John M. Drake
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