What's wrong with bluefish?
[Please CC me, I'm not on this list.]
I'm looking at a failure log on one of my packages, bluefish, and I'm
completely stunned. The package builds fine on i386 and an m68k build bot
has uploaded a binary package.
Here's the relevant part of the build log (from
gcc -O2 -Wall -g -I/usr/X11R6/include -I/usr/lib/glib/include -c -o toolbars.o toolbars.c
In file included from toolbars.c:41:
menu.h:86: initializer element for menu_items.callback_action' is not computable at load time
menu.h:88: initializer element for menu_items.callback_action' is not computable at load time
[... lots of this ...]
To me and to one of the upstream developers the relevant section of code
seems okay. Can someone please check this out?
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"... memory leaks are quite acceptable in many applications ..."
(Bjarne Stroustrup, The Design and Evolution of C++, page 220)