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Re: qemu FTBFS on sparc: conflicting types of tcflag_t?

01.06.2013 14:44, Michael Tokarev пишет:
> 28.05.2013 19:02, Michael Tokarev wrote:
>> Hello.
>> One of our packages started to FTBFS on Sparc, here's the first
>> build log that shows the issue:
>>  https://buildd.debian.org/status/fetch.php?pkg=qemu&arch=sparc&ver=1.5.0%2Bdfsg-1&stamp=1369117249
>> The relevant portion:
>>   CC    i386-linux-user/linux-user/syscall.o
>> In file included from /usr/include/sparc-linux-gnu/asm/termios.h:5:0,
>>                  from /usr/include/linux/termios.h:5,
>>                  from /build/buildd-qemu_1.5.0+dfsg-1-sparc-34y5XW/qemu-1.5.0+dfsg/linux-user/syscall.c:92:
>> /usr/include/sparc-linux-gnu/asm/termbits.h:12:25: error: conflicting types for 'tcflag_t'
>> /usr/include/sparc-linux-gnu/bits/termios.h:25:22: note: previous declaration of 'tcflag_t' was here
>> make[2]: *** [linux-user/syscall.o] Error 1

Last version of qemu which was built successfully on sparc was
1.5.0~rc0 (according to the build logs).  The interesting
difference between 1.5.0~rc0 and current 1.5.0 is that now,
qemu has another #include in common headers, namely, it

  #include <pty.h>

before this place which includes <linux/termios.h>.
<pty.h> includes <termios.h>.  And it looks like on
sparc, <linux/termios.h> conflicts with <termios.h>

I dunno why it only happens on sparc (the build is done
with -m32 fwiw), and whenever this makes sense, and
especially why I can't reproduce it on smetana.d.o.

But it looks like I'm talking to myself here.



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