Seems like may be a problem in configure -- there seems to be
code that says if a system has a windows.h include file then it
is automatically a windows system.
"Presence" of "Windows.h" is probably not the greatest determiner
of the OS requiring mangled pathnames.
David L Norris wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-06-08 at 14:41 -0700, Linda W. (that's swishey, not
> squishey!) wrote:
>> At run time, however, I'm getting error messages like:
>> sh: usrbincatdoc: command not found
> That's definitely a strange one. Which operating system are you using?
Received on Thu Jun 8 17:03:24 2006