exhausted" was displayed, and the compilation stopped.
Ken'ichi HANDA <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
This happens when the value of PURESIZE in puresize.h is too small. Some systems seem to require a larger value. Loading many language specific files (e.g. japanese.el, chinese.el) in site-init.el requires a larger value, too. First, try again with the value doubled. If that works, you can adjust PURESIZE to a value a little greater than the value displayed in the message "Pre Bytes Used XXXXX" (which is displayed when temacs has loaded mule-init.el). After that you have to remake Mule with this adjusted PURESIZE value.
Note that the definition of PURESIZE in scr/config.h has no effect Because in Mule it is redefined in src/puresize.h. If you are familiar to Emacs, this point would be a pitfall.