Xview is from the eighties and from what I read it is not the most
portable code. One site suggests that there will never be a native
xview library for 64-bit systems. For 64-bit systems, the code has
to run in 32-bit mode and it's possible the library you have obtained is
not suitable for your system.
Dnia Sun, 27 Feb 2011 02:15:19 +0000, Edward A. Falk napisał(a):
> In article <ikbnm3$df8$(E-Mail Removed)>, Adam Majewski
> <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>>I'm trying to run c program using old Xview :
> There's not nearly enough information here to answer your question, but
> I can make a couple of suggestions:
> Compile the program with the -g option. If you have the sources to
> xview, compile them with -g as well. Statically link your application
> if you can.
> Run the program with the gdb debugger:
> $ gdb spider
> (gdb) run
> When the program segfaults, gdb will give you a pretty good idea of
> where it happened and why.
> With luck, the problem will be obvious and easy to fix. Without luck,
> you'll find yourself in a tar pit.
> There are probably other newsgroups better suited to help you with this;
> perhaps even one dedicated to X11 and/or xview.
> I fell compelled to ask, though: why are you doing this? Xview is a
> very very old library. It was written as a portability layer to help
> pre-X11 Sunview programs get ported to X11.