kdelibs4 at 4.14.3_10 build fails on High Sierra
Richard L. Hamilton
rlhamil at smart.net
Thu May 3 23:40:19 UTC 2018
Tried the other compiler that it would normally choose (macports-clang-4.0), didn't help. Since /usr/include/util.h does define the missing symbols, I wonder if something being deprecated causes a problem, or some change in how C symbols are referenced from C++ code might be causing a problem...or some other util.h (a common enough name) is being found. No, I don't have /usr/local; or rather, I do, but I moved it out of the way for this, and it didn't help.
> On May 3, 2018, at 04:20, Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at macports.org> wrote:
> On May 2, 2018, at 21:41, Richard L. Hamilton wrote:
>> Oddly enough, it builds fine on older e.g. El Capitan (I think even on Snow Leopard, but that box is slow, so I don't know yet).
>> Will I have better luck using a different compiler, or does it just hate me? :-) I have 4.14.3_8 installed now (don't recall whether it was pre-built, or whether I had any problems back then).
> The log shows these errors:
> error: no member named 'openpty' in the global namespace
> error: no type named 'login' in the global namespace
> error: declaration of reference variable 'l_struct' requires an initializer
> error: no type named 'logout' in the global namespace
> I am not familiar with these errors, but I don't see why using a different compiler would change it. You should probably file a bug report in our issue tracker.
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