[LFS Trac] #1659: Re-evaluate the possible Glibc test failures with the current GCC and Glibc combinations

LFS Trac trac at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue May 2 13:25:03 PDT 2006


#1659: Re-evaluate the possible Glibc test failures with the current GCC and Glibc
combinations
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 Reporter:  gerard at linuxfromscratch.org  |        Owner:  lfs-book at linuxfromscratch.org
     Type:  task                         |       Status:  new                          
 Priority:  normal                       |    Milestone:  6.2                          
Component:  Book                         |      Version:  SVN                          
 Severity:  normal                       |   Resolution:                               
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Comment (by manuel at linuxfromscratch.org):

 Running the posix/annexc binary by hand, I suspect that is allways will to
 fail. That binary is cheking headers files, with an output like this (only
 a fragment, and the output is identical running the binary without
 arguments, wjint the arguments used in the Makefile, or changing the
 arguments order):

 macana at sandbox:~/sources/glibc-build/posix$ ./annexc
 The following identifiers will be ignored since the compiler defines them
 by default:
 i386
 unix
 linux
 Tested files:
 === aio.h ===
 *  invalid macro `SIGPROF'
 *  invalid macro `CLK_TCK'
 *  invalid macro `SIGSTKFLT'
 *  invalid macro `F_EXLCK'
 *  invalid macro `SIGURG'
 *  invalid macro `SIGIO'
 *  invalid macro `SIGPOLL'
 *  invalid macro `O_NDELAY'
 *  invalid macro `SIGCLD'
 *  invalid macro `O_FSYNC'
 *  invalid macro `F_SHLCK'
 *  invalid macro `F_SETLKW64'
 *  invalid macro `SIGTRAP'

 etc, etc, for a lot of headers...

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