[Swan-dev] ace1aaf777 CentOS 6 addr_lookup.c:220: error: 'errno' undeclared
antony at phenome.org
Thu Jun 20 12:38:00 UTC 2019
I am writing this e-mail really amused(too many broken commits in the name
of fixing) and annoyed when I wake up master is broken again! You are
On Tue, Jun 18, 2019 at 04:04:52PM -0400, Andrew Cagney wrote:
> why is a library function calling printf()? (if a c file needs
> something #include it).
While these are good questions and good to explore, I can't seems to feel
these questions are deflecting immediate issues, that I feel more important
in this thread.
1. why CentOS 6 catching these missing includes? why not the later
2. The instance I pointed was changes to includes, which broke on some
distribution and when pointed out those are not fixed in due time. I call it
leaving master broken for for others while 'your greatest fix' is pushed.
I am a bit annoyed, because I feel I find Libreswan master broken too often
and get distracted from it. May be that is why I am overreacting a bit:)
I think it is everyone's interest to avoid these, contribute time to wider
So I am continuing on this thread to remind us how a one line change you
find greatest may cost time for others when they wake up and want continue
what they were doing.
Now after venting my feelings, lets look at the new issue.
ace1aaf777 broke on CentOS6
on CentOS 6
USE_DNSSEC=false USE_NSS_IPSEC_PROFILE=flase make base
/home/build/libreswan/lib/libswan/addr_lookup.c: In function ‘netlink_query’:
/home/build/libreswan/lib/libswan/addr_lookup.c:220: error: ‘errno’ undeclared (first use in this function)
/home/build/libreswan/lib/libswan/addr_lookup.c:220: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
/home/build/libreswan/lib/libswan/addr_lookup.c:220: error: for each
function it appears in.)
One could say fix one line and move on:) I guess that is what I going to do
right after the e-mail.
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