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Re: GNU Make on GNU/Hurd

From: Bruno Haible
Subject: Re: GNU Make on GNU/Hurd
Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2023 12:34:19 +0100

I wrote:
> On GNU/Hurd (from 2022), I get 13 test failures:
> New:
>   - 4 failures in category 'features/archives', due to "cc: not found".
> Already reported in
> https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-make/2022-10/msg00218.html :
>   - 5 failures in category 'features/jobserver'
>   - 2 failures in category 'features/parallelism'
>   - 1 failure in category 'features/recursion'
>   - 1 failure in category 'functions/shell'

Note that on this platform, the build log has a warning:

gcc-12  -g -O2 -Wl,--export-dynamic -L/home/bruno/lib -o make src/ar.o 
src/arscan.o src/commands.o src/default.o src/dir.o src/expand.o src/file.o 
src/function.o src/getopt.o src/getopt1.o src/guile.o src/hash.o src/implicit.o 
src/job.o src/load.o src/loadapi.o src/main.o src/misc.o src/output.o 
src/read.o src/remake.o src/rule.o src/shuffle.o src/signame.o src/strcache.o 
src/variable.o src/version.o src/vpath.o  src/posixos.o  src/remote-stub.o   
/usr/bin/ld: src/read.o: in function `parse_file_seq':
/home/bruno/make- warning: glob64 is not 
implemented and will always fail

In other words, on GNU/Hurd, one should use 'glob' and 'globfree',
not 'glob64' and 'globfree64'. Even though the libc is glibc and
support for large files (> 2 GiB) is enabled.

The culprit seems to be the glob.in.h file.


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