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Re: megatest fallout

From: Simon Josefsson
Subject: Re: megatest fallout
Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 15:04:15 +0200
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Ralf Wildenhues <address@hidden> writes:

>> Have we decided that gnulib files don't need HAVE_CONFIG_H checks?  If
>> so, maybe something should be added to the gnulib manual...
> IIRC there has been no decision to do so.  Just a new module config-h
> which you can use.  The only point of this was that in the ALL test
> (which tests almost all modules together), obviously the config-h module
> is used, so -DHAVE_CONFIG_H does not get passed, so the modules that
> guard config.h inclusion do break.

Ah, I understand.

> I did not mean to imply that the files above need to be "fixed" in any
> way.  Sorry, I stated that wrong in my previous post.  All I meant to
> imply was that with the megatest/ALL directory, you have to manually add
> -DHAVE_CONFIG_H to the DEFS variable in the Makefile to get everything
> to build.
> Maybe there should be a way to automatize the "disable the config-h
> module as long as one of the modules this package uses still guards
> config.h"; or simpler: exempt the config-h module from the ALL test
> for now.

Or the megatest could add -DHAVE_CONFIG_H manually?  Is there any harm
in doing that?


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