Per Jessen wrote:
Regarding the note from David C. Rankin which has
not appeared in my
email yet (another problem?) I have not used -fpermissive but I don't
think it will help me because the program compiles successfully, it
just doesn't produce the right executable, apparently.
necessarily solved by switching to a newer compiler. I would
say the chances of that are slim.
I am not suggesting an new one, I am suggesting an old one. Seamonkey
compiles and works with gcc4.8, it compiles but does not work with gcc7.
When I was using Leap 42.3 this didn't matter as there was a package
containing gcc4.8. However there is no such package on Leap 15.
However, taking advice I raised this as a bug with SM, but it was
rejected, saying they could not deal with local build problems. So I am
stuck between a rock and a hard place. I expect SM will die in a year or
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