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On Thursday 29 January 2009 04:03:11 C. Bergström wrote:
> --- libsandbox/memory.c.old 2009-01-29 07:28:47.312601827 -0800
> +++ libsandbox/memory.c 2009-01-29 07:30:55.834594791 -0800
> +#define MIN(x, y) ((x) < (y) ? (x) : (y))
fixed in a different way
> --- libsbutil/get_tmp_dir.c.old 2009-01-29 07:08:59.114359101 -0800
> +++ libsbutil/get_tmp_dir.c 2009-01-29 07:09:31.921878506 -0800
> - if (NULL == realpath(getenv(ENV_TMPDIR) ? : TMPDIR, path))
> + if (NULL == realpath(getenv(ENV_TMPDIR) ? getenv(ENV_TMPDIR) :
> TMPDIR, path))
does the compiler not support the shortcut form:
x ? : y
where if x evaluates to true, it is automatically returned due to the empty
true case ?
> I have some missing symbols and end up adding 'LIBS=-lmagic' Which I
> think is causing further problems..
what symbols ?
> (Not sure this is correct and then ultimately causing the error below,
> but fixed a similar problem)
looks like a multilib issue with libtool not knowing about your system, or
your toolchain searches things wrong. either way, not much i can do about it
> The error regarding
> > ld.so.1: install: fatal: libsandbox.so: open failed: No such file or
> > directory
> is 99.9% because I'm missing the 32bit libsandbox.so..
well it validates my statement that multilib with non-standard paths is
currently broken. not entirely sure how to address it since the sandbox
binary itself is not multilib.
> sun cc flat out dies with -Wall. -v iirc is the equivalent and if it's
> turned on by default that's fine, but something that can be
> disabled/overridden would be great..
i think it's broken then that it was detected as GCC, but whatever. ive
switched to using a macro from autoconf-archive that detects the compiler and
uses the proper warning flag.