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Bug#749597: marked as done (at-spi2-core: Conflicting return types of function ucs2keysym)

Your message dated Sat, 25 Oct 2014 13:28:40 +0200
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and subject line Re: Bug#749597: at-spi2-core: Conflicting return types of function ucs2keysym
has caused the Debian Bug report #749597,
regarding at-spi2-core: Conflicting return types of function ucs2keysym
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Package: at-spi2-core
Version: 2.10.2-3
Severity: wishlist
Usertags: goto-cc

During a rebuild of all Debian packages in a clean sid chroot (using cowbuilder
and pbuilder) the build failed with the following error. Please note that we
use our research compiler tool-chain (using tools from the cbmc package), which
permits extended reporting on type inconsistencies at link time.

  CCLD     at-spi2-registryd

error: conflicting function declarations "ucs2keysym"
old definition in module ucs2keysym file ucs2keysym.c line 796
signed long int (signed long int ucs)
new definition in module deviceeventcontroller-x11 file deviceeventcontroller-x11.c line 68
unsigned long int (signed long int)
Makefile:538: recipe for target 'at-spi2-registryd' failed
make[3]: *** [at-spi2-registryd] Error 64
make[3]: Leaving directory '/srv/jenkins-slave/workspace/sid-goto-cc-at-spi2-core/at-spi2-core-2.10.2/registryd'
Makefile:532: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed

Reviewing the code, it seems all values would possibly even fit into a much
smaller type and hence no undefined behaviour is expected at the moment. Yet
fixing these declarations will ensure the compiler can provide appropriate


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Version: 2.14.0-1


Thanks, this has been fixed upstream, and now available in Debian.


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