I've committed the patch, with relavent changes to the Win32 and BeOS
sides of the tree.
> Index: wp/ap/unix/ap_UnixFrame.cpp
> RCS file: /u2/cvsroot/abi/src/wp/ap/unix/ap_UnixFrame.cpp,v
> retrieving revision 1.46
> diff -r1.46 ap_UnixFrame.cpp
> > int point = 0;
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There's a slight bug in this patch, which I fixed in the committed code.
FV_View->getPoint() returns a point in the form of a UT_uint32, our
special type for a 32-bit int. Using C's "int" might throw off some
compilers depending on what UT_uint32 is typed to mean there. Some
other compilers might complain about types not matching, if strong
type checking is enabled (maybe GCC 2.95, for example).
Try to always use the returned type from functions that are
prototyped to return specific types, sometimes our data structures
depend on having a specific number of bits available for storage.
-- Shaw Terwilliger