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Re: [libvirt] Start of freeze for libvirt-0.9.11 and availability of rc1



On 01.04.2012 03:35, Laine Stump wrote:
> On 03/31/2012 07:56 AM, Daniel Veillard wrote:
>>  I just made the second release candidate
>>
>>   ftp://libvirt.org/libvirt/libvirt-0.9.11-rc2.tar.gz
>>
>> along with the rpms and tagged the git tree.
>>
>>  It seems to work okay in my limited testing. If all goes well I would
>> probably push on Tuesday,
>>
> 
> A gentoo user reported in irc (#virt on irc.oftc.net) earlier today that
> builds were failing for him on a fresh checkout from git:
> 
>    <feniksa> hi, when i compile libvirt on my gentoo i get warning:
> 
>      cc1: warning: unrecognized command line option
> "-Wno-suggest-attribute=const"
>      cc1: warning: unrecognized command line option
> "-Wno-suggest-attribute=pure"
> 
>    <feniksa> gcc (Gentoo 4.5.3-r2 p1.1, pie-0.4.7) 4.5.3
>    <feniksa> last part of conf: http://pastebin.com/gnT4Y2Ba
>              and compile log http://pastebin.com/FcSwshzS
>    <feniksa> laine: 2 weeks ago i didn't see this warning. Now i pull
> from master sources and get this warning. But, this is only because i am
> using gcc 4.5.3 (this is latest gcc version in gentoo OS).
> 
> I haven't looked at any of this code before, but it looks to me like
> ql_WARN_ADD() in gnulib must not be doing the right thing, and is adding
> the option even though the compiler apparently doesn't support it. This
> probably didn't crop up before because full warnings weren't turned on
> in the build until March 27 in commit 851117bd. That commit does things
> different for builds of git trees vs. tarballs, so I don't know if this
> failure will affect builds of release tarballs (I asked feniksa to try a
> build of the rc2 tarball, but he hasn't responded yet).
> 

I use x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-4.6.2 and don't see those warnings.
However, configure is checking whether compiler handles those
parameters. So maybe it's a autotools bug?

Michal


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