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Re: Unaligned access errors running LyX with XTL
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- Subject: Re: Unaligned access errors running LyX with XTL
- From: Angus Leeming <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2000 11:54:17 +0100
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Angus> I have come up against some unaligned access errors
Angus> when running a development version of LyX.
Josť> If you are using raw_format such errors should be expected,
Josť> as no alignment is done. (raw_format is pretty much a
Josť> debugging feature and probably should be removed...)
Josť> If you're using XDR or GIOP, it is definitly a XTL bug
Josť> and thus I'd appreciate a small test case that makes it happen.
Many thanks, Josť. We do indeed use raw_format at the
Interestingly, I cannot compile xtl using the other formats
on a DEC running Digital Unix (admittedly an old version)
because the header files endian.h and byteswap.h do not
exist. No such problems under LinuxAlpha of course.
Will keep you posted.