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Re: Is "make bootstrap" known to be broken on mainline?


On Nov 6, 2006, at 12:34 AM, Brooks Moses wrote:
A couple of days ago, I tried to do a "make bootstrap" on an up-to- date copy of mainline, on a freshly-installed Debian Linux machine.

You can change:


#define WANT_C99_INLINE_SEMANTICS 1

to

#define WANT_C99_INLINE_SEMANTICS 0

in gcc/c-decl.c for the short term. Longer term, would be nice for you to file a bug report for this, and for someone to contribute patches to fixincludes glibc for your system. If you want to to try your hand at it, see Geoff's latest fix to fixincludes and add/ enhance those to fix your glibc. You might want to include the relevant header from your system into the PR, so that others that can fix it, but don't have your system, can try their hand at it.


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