On Sun, Nov 16, 2014 at 10:10:26PM -0800, Isaac Dunham wrote:
> I'm working on getting WebkitFLTK to build, so as to build Fifth,
> which is yet another Webkit browser--this time, it's loosely based on
> Opera 9.x and uses FLTK.
> WebkitFLTK requires FLTK 1.3.3, while we have 1.3.2.
> There are some issues with doing an upgrade:
> -1.3.3 has a couple bugs fixed in SVN; this is easily addressed by
> grabbing the patches.
> -1.3.3 also is now missing the symbol "fl_oldfocus" (and possibly others),
> which will break dillo. It does *not* change the library version.
> I have looked through the commit logs and looked online, and there's
> no obvious candidate for what caused the issue.
> The dillo developers are guessing that linker magic might have caused it;
> they have a workaround that involves disabling the use of fl_oldfocus,
> at the cost of not restoring focus properly.
-fvisibility=hidden is the culprit; FLTK started using it this summer.
Building with -fvisibility-inlines-hidden instead seems to avoid this.
Although we'll get smaller binaries with -fvisibility=hidden,
I'm inclined to forcibly switch it to -fvisibility-inlines-hidden.
It would also be possible to do some prodding, by running
make && rm src/Fl.o && \
sed -e 's/fvisibility=hidden/fvisibility-inlines-hidden/g' -i makeinclude && \
make || return 1
which builds only the one file where it's relevant with less aggressive
Considering that I'd be using the same sed to disable it globally or for
the one file, I might as well set it for only the one file.
Received on Sun Nov 16 2014 - 23:46:19 GMT