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Bug#112910: g++: [arm] fails to compile aptitude >= 0.2.6

On Thu, Sep 20, 2001 at 02:51:34PM +0100, Phil Blundell <pb@nexus.co.uk> was heard to say:
> >  I have attached the file in question, but I don't know if that will be
> >enough information.  Since I don't have an arm system, as I said above,
> >finding a workaround will be difficult unless upstream knows one.
> You need to supply a self-contained testcase, not just the particular header 
> file in question.  Assuming you have a Debian LDAP account you should be able 
> to use debussy for testing.

  Yeah, I know :(

  I managed to track some more stuff down, but not enough to make a proper

   - the bug only appears when compiling with optimization on.  (and maybe
   with -g as well; I'll check that)

   - it is only triggered if I #include apt-pkg/pkgcache.h BEFORE
   the internal file pkg_hier.h.  If I reverse the order of those includes,
   compilation proceeds without problems.  (I will probably use this as
   a workaround, which unfortunately means my motivation for solving this
   versus doing my coursework is going to go way down :( )


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