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[bug #23832] Precompiled headers not working

From: Nicola Pero
Subject: [bug #23832] Precompiled headers not working
Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2008 15:09:32 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #5, bug #23832 (project gnustep):

I looked at the errors ...

My diagnosis would be that precompiled headers are broken in
your compiler version.  Which is nothing new, since we know
that they are often broken in the 4.1 gcc compiler releases
(see comments in gnustep-make's configure) and you're using 
4.1.1 ;-)

Unfortunately, in your compiler they are not *completely*
broken.  This is bad because your compiler passes the 
precompiler header check in gnustep-make's configure - where
we try precompiling a header and then using it as the most
secure way of detecting if precompiled headers are working
or not ... that works in your compiler - but your gcc then 
fails when a more complex precompiled header is used. :-(

I'm not sure what to do at this point.  I guess I'll hack
gnustep-make's configure to simply forcefully disable 
precompiled headers for gcc 4.1.1.

Hopefully new gcc releases don't have this problem and
precompiled headers are working there.



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