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Bug#811574: FTBFS with GCC 6: statement indented as if it were guarded by

control: tag -1 + fixed-upstream

On 2016-01-19 15:56, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> Package: glibc
> Version: 2.21-6
> Severity: minor
> User: debian-gcc@lists.debian.org
> Usertags: ftbfs-gcc-6 gcc-6-misleading-indentation
> This package fails to build with GCC 6.  GCC 6 has not been released
> yet, but it's expected that GCC 6 will become the default compiler for
> stretch.
> Note that only the first error is reported; there might be more.  You
> can find a snapshot of GCC 6 in experimental.  To build with GCC 6,
> you can set CC=gcc-6 CXX=g++-6 explicitly.
> (I'm aware glibc uses GCC 4.x to build, which is why I set the
> severity to minor.  GCC 4.9 was really GCC 6 in my chroot.)

This bug is fixed upstream already, and will be in the 2.23 release.
Anyway we won't switch to GCC 6 without testing it builds and has no


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