Hello John (and all),
I am working on getting Linux set up so that I can use it with
SAOL/sfront. I got RH7.0 running with .7 version of sfront. I am trying
to use gcc as a preprocessor, and in running this from sfront I get the
-sco file must end with newline
It would appear that gcc suppresses most non-essential white space, and
as a result the preprocessed score file does not work with sfront.
If I handle the preprocessing by hand, and run sfront with my
preprocessed orchestra my score works fine. The c source file is
written, the code compiles, and the program runs.
All the code used was written using CYGWIN, and it all worked properly
with the preprocessor. Is there something weird about the intermixing of
line endings (PC & Un*x)? I might have missed a few line endings.
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