[Top][All Lists]

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

[gpsd-users] leapsecond cache

From: Kuhn, Thomas J (IS)
Subject: [gpsd-users] leapsecond cache
Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2016 14:20:16 +0000

In the long run I will be trying to build gpsd 3.15 for arm using the gsourcery compiler, but before I get to that point I just want to try and build it on the native machine (Ubuntu 15.10).


I am trying to build gpsd on Ubuntu 15.10.  It looks like everything builds but I get the  10 failed “scons test” results that indicate (according to that the leapsecond did not get updated.  How can I tell if it got updated or not?  Rerunning scons shows the following:


Checking if sys/ioctl.h supplies TIOCMIWAIT ...(cached) yes

Checking that xsltproc can make man pages... (cached) yes

Checking for QtNetwork... (cached) yes

All configuration flags are defaulted.

Part of the website build requires asciidoc, not installed.

scons: done reading SConscript files.

scons: Building targets ...

g++ -o -pthread -shared -Wl,-Bsymbolic -Wl, ais_json.os bits.os clock_gettime.os daemon.os gpsutils.os gpsdclient.os gps_maskdump.os hex.os json.os libgps_core.os libgps_dbus.os libgps_json.os libgps_shm.os libgps_sock.os netlib.os ntpshmread.os ntpshmwrite.os rtcm2_json.os rtcm3_json.os shared_json.os strl.os libgpsmm.os -L. -lrt -ldbus-1 -lbluetooth -ldbus-1 -lrt

timebase_h(["timebase.h"], ["leapseconds.cache"])

g++ -o -pthread -shared -Wl,-Bsymbolic -Wl, qt-ais_json.os qt-bits.os qt-clock_gettime.os qt-daemon.os qt-gpsutils.os qt-gpsdclient.os qt-gps_maskdump.os qt-hex.os qt-json.os qt-libgps_core.os qt-libgps_dbus.os qt-libgps_json.os qt-libgps_shm.os qt-libgps_sock.os qt-netlib.os qt-ntpshmread.os qt-ntpshmwrite.os qt-rtcm2_json.os qt-rtcm3_json.os qt-shared_json.os qt-strl.os qt-libgpsmm.os -L. -lrt -ldbus-1 -lbluetooth -ldbus-1 -lQtNetwork -lQtCore

scons: done building targets.


How can I tell if the leapsecondcache was updated? And if it was why the failures on the tests?  Does it really matter if those specific 10 tests fail?



Tom Kuhn

Northrop Grumman Information Systems
Office: (407) 737-4953
Cell: (407) 721-0628


reply via email to

[Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread]