I'm trying to hack up a makefile for a project here, and I'm hitting a
few probs. Basically, it's extending a makefile that already exists to
add some new features into a CORBA ORB. I'm trying to add in an extra
flag to the configure command, which will add an extra #define to a .h
"--enable-moss" - adds '#define HAVE_MOSS 1' to a config.h file
In the configure file, the enable flags copy the #defines to a
confdefs.h file, which is then transformed into a sed script which puts
the vals into config.h. My #define is getting through to the
confdefs.h, but doesn't make it to the config.h file. The problem is
somewhere in the sed bit, which I know sweet fsck-all about, never
having looked at sed before. I know this isn't much info to go on, but
can any sed-knowlegeable people here maybe take a guess at the reasons
why one line in particular out of about 50 in the input to the sed
script isn't getting echoed through?
Also, while I'm on here, what is the XEmacs command for cutting selected
text? I'm trying to set keymappings using the (global-set-key) option in
my ~/.emacs, but I can't find the cmd for "cut text" anywhere in the
Miles (Kieran Colfer)
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