question from a non-programmer
- From: Brian M Dial <bdial rkkengineers com>
- To: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: question from a non-programmer
- Date: Mon, 30 Nov 1998 10:38:39 -0500
I was compiling glib/gtk from cvs today and after compiling/installing
glib fine I got an error from gtk about an undefined reference to
Checking in glib.h I saw
void g_hook_list_invoke (GHookList
/* invoke all valid hooks with the (*GHookCheckFunc) signature,
* and destroy the hook if FALSE is returned.
void g_hook_list_invoke_check (GHookList
/* invoke a marshaller on all valid hooks.
void g_hook_list_marshal (GHookList
So in the true spirit of a non-programmer I decided to start messing
with stuff that I'd probably break
I added in there a
void g_hook_list_marshal_check (GHookList
then I restarted the gtk compile and it got past the point that it
errored in before.
My Question: What did I break? Should I Leave it like this or do
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