seamonkey layout problems

Dominic Ringuet dringuet at
Fri Jun 12 23:39:20 PDT 2009

Thank you for all the answers,

The lonesome #elif can be changed to an #else fixing the build for firefox
2.0a. Still, using gcc 4.4.0 the layout problem persists.

Someone has tried dev LFS + dev BLFS with gcc 4.3.X? (some disk problems
prevent me from compiling)

About the same topic, I wonder if this bug should be reported to the gcc or
mozilla folks. If gcc 4.3.X works fine, I doubt mozdev folks will get that
problem on their shoulders. Add to that if some distros got both seamonkey
and gcc 4.4.0 working right; the problem may be only LFS related.

Have a nice day,

On Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 11:40 PM, William Immendorf <
will.immendorf at> wrote:

> On Sat, Jun 6, 2009 at 8:07 AM, William
> Immendorf<will.immendorf at> wrote:
> > Thanks for the info. I reported this to Mozilla:
> >
> >
> >
> > William
> >
> The plot thickens...
> Turns out this issue happens with ALL of the Mozilla apps that use
> Gecko, including Firefox, Thunderbird, and Seamonkey.
> Also, there are a couple other plobrems with GCC 4.4.0, like some
> Firefox source files needing cstdio included, and nsAppRunner.cpp has
> a lonesome #elif, causing a minor snag with building FF and TB.
> The issue only applies when compiled with GCC 4.4.0. Using GCC 4.3.3
> fixes this plobrem.
> There are only two solutions for this:
>  * In LFS, downgrade to GCC 4.3.3, and:
>  * Wait until someone provides a working patch.
> Either way, I am waiting...
> William
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