From: Seth Delackner (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 27 2003 - 17:02:24 EST
ie_imp_MsWord_97.cpp uses a type called "SEP", on line 1442:
SEP * asep = static_cast <SEP *>(prop);
Which upon scanning the entire source tree appears to not exist.
There is a typedef struct SEP in ie_imp_RTF.h, but it is commented out:
//typedef struct sect_prop
// int cCols; // number of columns
// SBK sbk; // section break type
// int xaPgn; // x position of page number in twips
// int yaPgn; // y position of page number in twips
// PGN pgnFormat; // how the page number is formatted
//} SEP; // SEction Properties
This is keeping me from compiling the current CVS tree, but my old (stable
release) source tree's version of ie_imp_MsWord_97 appears to also use SEP with no definition for it there either.
Any ideas? Help?
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