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Re: [PATCH 0/7] contents of topic/libposix for merge to master

From: Gary V . Vaughan
Subject: Re: [PATCH 0/7] contents of topic/libposix for merge to master
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2010 17:05:40 +0700

Hallo Bruno,

On 18 Oct 2010, at 04:29, Bruno Haible wrote:
>>>> Distcheck results by architecture and compiler:
>>>>   dec Tru64 5.1     Compaq C 6.5   (mbrlen.c compile failed:
>>>>                                     rpl_mbstate_t has no linkage and a 
>>>> prior
>>>>                                     declaration in scope at 415:./wchar.h)
>>>>                     gcc 4.2.4      (areadlink.c compile failed:
>>>>                                     conflicting types for rpl_mbstate_t
>>>>                                     conflicting types for rpl_mbsinit
>>>>                                     ..etc)


>>> Pheew. These can be the topics of multiple threads that will keep us busy 
>>> for
>>> two weeks. Thanks for mentioning all these.
>> I've kept all the build logs, so feel free to start new threads for anything
>> that requires more detail or further testing to track down.
> Can you please put up these logs for download somewhere (or send them to me
> privately if you can't), so that we can at least start to dig into some of the
> problems?

Except that I hadn't kept the build-logs, just the test logs :(  D'oh!

I've regenerated and concatenated the build logs, config.log and verbose test
logs (on the machines that got that far) for the default compiler (whatever
configure discovered first) on most of the above machines.


When you're bored of looking at issues raised by those, please ping me for
the gcc set, and the logs from my home machines (Mac OS 10.6.4, FreeBSD 6.4,
TCLinux VM).  Or maybe we should set up an autobuild list for libposix, and
I'll post periodic updates until we've ironed out most of the problems?

NB: Some of the machines might show clock-skew versus the NFS machine that
holds home-directories, pending some disk repairs.  If you discover that is
a significant factor in any of the failures, please ask for regenerated logs
in a week or so.

Gary V. Vaughan (address@hidden)

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