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Re: Various build failures in current bzr tree

From: Lennart Sorensen
Subject: Re: Various build failures in current bzr tree
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2012 10:45:31 -0500
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-06-14)

On Thu, Feb 09, 2012 at 11:59:58PM +0100, Vladimir 'φ-coder/phcoder' Serbinenko 
> On 09.02.2012 20:02, Lennart Sorensen wrote:
> >I am trying to build a powerpc build using the current bzr tree, and
> >have hit a few problems so far.
> >
> >I am trying to use gcc-4.4, which seems to cause issues with -Werror.
> >I think that is gcc's fault, and --disable-werror gets around that,
> >so not a big deal.
> What is the exact warning?

Complains about something like 'type punning breaks strict aliasing
on diskfilter.19, diskfilter.20, etc.  I saw it from the nv raid file.
I can run it again if the exact message is important.

> >I am hitting bug #35452 of course caused by commit r3826, but even after
> >fixing that, commit r38xx does the same thing to another set of files.
> How did you fix it?

Going back to the last commit before that change.  So not really fixed,
just avoided.

> >I also hit that grub_arch_dl_get_tramp_got_size isn't defined.  It appears
> >it was cleaned up for powerpc as being unused recently, but dl.c still
> >says that powerpc has it (along with ia64).  Removing powerpc from:
> I have checked and it's still there and is still used. Please check
> that your checkout is correct and if so provide the full log

Funny, the changelog says it was removed from powerpc about 3 weeks ago
by you:

2012-01-18  Vladimir Serbinenko  <address@hidden>

        * grub-core/kern/powerpc/dl.c (grub_arch_dl_get_tramp_got_size): Remove
        set but not used variable.

> >
> >#if defined (__ia64__) || defined (__powerpc__)
> >   grub_arch_dl_get_tramp_got_size (e,&tramp,&got);
> >
> >seems to fix that.
> >
> >Should I file bug reports, or will someone just fix these?

Actually removing powerpc from here builds successfully and grub is
booting the machine, so it seems to work without it.

Len Sorensen

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