#1646 alpine fails on HalfDome/Yosemite

10.10
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2014-08-21
2014-07-02
atlauren
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alpine-2.11-1 fails to build with HalfDome branch on Yosemite/14A261i. Log attached.

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  • Hanspeter Niederstrasser

    • Group: Any_OS_X --> 10.10
     
  • atlauren

    atlauren - 2014-07-02

    New log file attached. I noticed lots of GSS* issues in this one, so I suspect you're right.

     
  • atlauren

    atlauren - 2014-07-12

    Any chance the fix from 1645 will work here?

     
  • Daniel Johnson

    Daniel Johnson - 2014-07-29

    This failure has nothing to do with gssapi.
    The actual error is:
    In file included from ablookup.c:21:
    ./../pith/util.h:59:8: error: conflicting types for 'panic'
    void panic(char );
    ^
    /usr/include/mach/mach.h:86:15: note: previous declaration is here
    extern void panic(const char
    , ...);

    I don't know why this happens on 10.10 and not 10.9. The relevant header files don't seem to have changed but mach.h is somehow being included. I wonder if this has something to do with clang module support? Is it now enabled by default from the command line?

     
    • atlauren

      atlauren - 2014-07-29

      This failure has nothing to do with gssapi.

      Mea culpa.

      In file included from ablookup.c:21:
      ./../pith/util.h:59:8: error: conflicting types for 'panic'
      void panic(char );
      ^
      /usr/include/mach/mach.h:86:15: note: previous declaration is here
      extern void panic(const char , ...);
      I don't know why this happens on 10.10 and not 10.9. The relevant header
      files don't seem to have changed but mach.h is somehow being included. I
      wonder if this has something to do with clang module support? Is it now
      enabled by default from the command line?

      Not that I can tell. clang —help still includes the
      -fmodules Enable the 'modules' language feature
      line.

      If there’s other sniffing around I can do, please let me know.

      -Andrew

       
  • atlauren

    atlauren - 2014-08-04

    FWIW, there is no change in DP5.

     
  • atlauren

    atlauren - 2014-08-21

    Fixed as of alpine 2.11-2.

     

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