MLM archive

Ok, it will update it midnight every night according to the time on my mail
server (which is a derivative of local time in melbourne :wink:

Umm… this should be 761 or something… (look in the 7/ directory for recent
messages)

I’ll update it a bit soon… I’ve written some simple little programs, which
if thrown into the right shell script could make the archive a little-bit
better…

Also, you might notice some other differences as of this message…On Fri, Aug 14, 1998 at 11:06:04AM -0700, Sam Lantinga wrote:

Check out http://cliff.surfnetcity.com.au/archives/SDL/

Hey, what’s the status on the archive? I wanted to go check some back
messages, and um… it’s not up to date.


– Michael Samuel

Don’t trust anything I say, just give it consideration.

Hi,

I had this problem before, but my system doesn’t seem to know what a pid_t
is. I couldn’t find a header file which defined it. Can anyone help ? I’ve
been reinstalling my linux system a bit at a time to try to avoid the
problems of conflicting rpms, so it is possibly in a package I haven’t
reinstalled yet.

Mark--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dr Mark Elliott Tel. (+44)(0)1222 874686
Department of Chemistry Fax. (+44)(0)1222 874030
University of Wales, Cardiff
PO Box 912
Cardiff CF1 3TB
UK email <@Mark_Elliott>

I had this problem before, but my system doesn’t seem to know what a pid_t
is. I couldn’t find a header file which defined it. Can anyone help ? I’ve
been reinstalling my linux system a bit at a time to try to avoid the
problems of conflicting rpms, so it is possibly in a package I haven’t
reinstalled yet.

The header file should be <sys/types.h> or /usr/include/sys/types.h and
if you don’t have that, you probably can’t compile much…

– Michael Samuel On Sat, 22 Aug 1998, Mark Elliott wrote:

I had this problem before, but my system doesn’t seem to know what a pid_t
is. I couldn’t find a header file which defined it. Can anyone help ? I’ve
been reinstalling my linux system a bit at a time to try to avoid the
problems of conflicting rpms, so it is possibly in a package I haven’t
reinstalled yet.

The header file should be <sys/types.h> or /usr/include/sys/types.h and
if you don’t have that, you probably can’t compile much…

Oops, I removed <sys/types.h> from SDL_audio.c – it’s back in the latest
CVS snapshot.

See ya!
-Sam Lantinga (slouken at devolution.com)> On Sat, 22 Aug 1998, Mark Elliott wrote:


Author of Simple DirectMedia Layer -
http://www.devolution.com/~slouken/SDL/