Subject: Re: Build failure in dhcp on 1.5 branch
To: email@example.com,Anders Magnusson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chuck McManis <email@example.com>
Date: 07/14/2000 13:47:08
Ragge et al.
Ok, I tracked this problem down to the setting of CFLAGS in /etc/mk.conf.
Basically if you have CFLAGS set there, then bsd.lib.mk resets the CFLAGS
to that value prior to adding other stuff. In the Makefile the line CFLAGS
+= -DMINIRESLIB is then nullified and the library doesn't build.
So question for Ragge, is the -O2 still required for VAX to be in /etc/mk.conf?
If the answer is yes, then one fix is to rewrite the minires Makefile to
have the CFLAGS declaration after the include.
If the answer is no, then I should simply update my environment.
At 12:03 PM 7/14/00 -0700, Chuck McManis wrote:
>I don't know if this is VAX specific, my setup specific, or generic but I
>do know that the 1.5 build breaks on my machine (and has for a while)
>trying to build DHCP.
>My build machine is a VAX running a 1.4U kernel/userland with build tools
>that have been rebuilt from the mid June sources. (I have one local change
>which is to disable the rrs warning.)
>I started with a fresh checkout of the 1.5 branch and a clean DESTDIR. Per
>the VAX issues I've got 'CFLAGS=-O2' in my /etc/mk.conf to alleviate
>problems with the optimizer crashing.
>The build error occurs because the -werror flag is used in
>src/usr.sbin/dhcp and when building the dns functions in the minires
>library the following errors occur:
> res_init.c - res_randomid is implicitly declared
> res_query.c - res_hostalis is implicitly declared
> res_send.c - cur_time is undeclared
> res_update.c - res_mkupdrec isn't declared giving a pointer
> assignment error
>All of this points to some include file not being somewhere. I can
>manually get around these errors by adding the necessary defines in the
>source but this has been happening for months now (this happened on 1.4Y
>IIRC) and it seems that either there is something screwy in the current
>vax source, or everyone has some include file somewhere that I don't for
>some reason. Anyone have any ideas? Should I just go ahead and submit a PR
>or is it something stupid on my part that I forgot to do?