[ntp:questions] GCC-4.2.3 Compiler Error in NTP-4.2.2p4
David L. Mills
mills at udel.edu
Sun Feb 10 00:22:09 UTC 2008
The NTP distribution compiles fine with gcc 4.2.0 in Solaris 10,
slthough it squeals like a stuck pig about OpenSSL prototypes.
Thomas Laus wrote:
> On 2008-02-09, Harlan Stenn <stenn at ntp.org> wrote:
>>>>>In article <slrnfqrnc2.1gue.lausts at laus.org>, Thomas Laus <lausts at acm.org> writes:
>>First, somebody gets to decide if this is really a bug in the NTP code or if
>>it is a bug in GCC.
>>If it's a bug in NTP (or perhaps even if it's not), somebody then gets to
>>open a report at http://bugs.ntp.org. The odds are that if a patch to fix
>>the problem is attached to that report it will be applied lots sooner.
> That was the main reason for a question to this group before opening a
> Bugzilla Report. It compiled fine on another system that used an older
> version of GCC. I compiled some other really big programs (Firefox and
> the GTK libraries using GCC-4.2.3_20080130. Everything compiled fine
> with the new GCC except for NTP. I was thinking more along the lines
> that the new GCC was just being more 'picky' than in the past and that I
> could just change a config variable or add a 'ifdef' somewhere that
> would let GCC compile NTP. I wanted to see if anyone else was seeing
> the same thing.
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