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Upgraded to Mac OS X v10.4.2 and Xtools v2.0 over the weekend.

Downloaded Ruby 1.8.2
Ran configure
Ran make
    Make reports lots of warnings about differences in pointer
signedness.
    Make fails in ext/readline/readline.c (build output snippet
attached, rtf).
Tried running again using gcc-3.3 (Xtools 2.0 defaults to gcc-4.0) with
same result.

1. Any ideas?
2. I'm new to the ruby mailing lists and picked this one. Is this the
correct mail list for this
   question?

Thanks,
-dwh-
-- 
I not only live each endless day in grief, but live each day
thinking about living each day in grief.
                                              -- C.S. Lewis

Daniel W. Hinz         Xerox Corp: XOG/SEBU/MCD/EIDC/ISM&D 
MS: 111-03J            e-mail:      dhinz / eng.mc.xerox.com
800 Phillips Road     TEL:          585.422.8078  
Webster, NY 14580                 

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