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Re: Can't build current hurd CVS tree -- error from skbuff.c


From: David Walter
Subject: Re: Can't build current hurd CVS tree -- error from skbuff.c
Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2002 11:22:17 -0400
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Clemmitt Sigler <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi,
>
> I pulled the hurd CVS tree today and tried to build it in order to
> get the fix to isofs/inode.c made last month by Marcus.  But my
> build failed.  I tried it on a hurd 0.3/libc0.3 (upgraded) system, and
> also on a system installed from the J1 CDs.  Just last Thursday I
> successfully built a CVS pull of hurd on a J1 CD system (but had a few
> self-inflicted misadventures requiring me to start from scratch :^).
>
> The error seems strange to me.  It dies on line 67 of
> pfinet/linux-src/net/core/skbuff.c.  It seems it doesn't like
> SPIN_LOCK_UNLOCKED as it says the initializer isn't constant.
> All the code containing SPIN_LOCK_UNLOCKED hasn't been touched
> in 2 years, so I guess the breakage comes from elsewhere.  The
> exact error message is just one line:
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> linux-src/net/core/skbuff.c:67: initializer element is not constant
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------

I encountered this problem. It appears that there were no changes in
the pfinet sources that I can see, but -std=gnu99 has been added to
the CFLAGS options.

If you compile this one file without this option it builds fine.

I have assumed here that the -std option only affect the c
preprocessor and not binary format, I am running with the current
binary from that build.

Unfortunately I don't  know the correct   fix for the  empty structure
definition used for SPIN_LOCK_UNLOCKED.   This is surely not the right
way to build.

Please correct me if I'm wrong, on this.

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