[Buildroot] Results of random configuration builds

Lionel Landwerlin llandwerlin at gmail.com
Sat Nov 6 14:05:42 UTC 2010


Thomas,

It seems you've strange toolchains :)
It seems the glib breakage is due to a compiler not supporting builtin
atomic operations, which is strange for x86.
I'm not able to reproduce with internal or external glibc/sh4
toolchains.

Can test with the attached patch to apply on glib2 ?

Regards,

--
Lionel Landwerlin

Le samedi 06 novembre 2010 à 13:44 +0100, Thomas Petazzoni a écrit :
> Hello,
> 
> I've run a few random build tests yesterday, and analyzed the results a
> bit today. I've set up a small webpage that gathers the results,
> together with the logfile and the configuration for each test.
> 
> See http://free-electrons.com/~thomas/pub/buildroot-logs/
> 
> Most of the builds are failing. The worst problem is that libglib2 does
> not build in many situations (see
> http://free-electrons.com/~thomas/pub/buildroot-logs/test-195/logfile-end).
> There are also problems with logrotate, gvfs, libgcrypt, olsr, libmad,
> netperf, magiccube4d, libmpeg2, xfsprogs, imagemagick, squid, ltrace,
> tcpdump, bash, gmp, gdb.
> 
> It'd be great if some of the readers of this list could have a look at
> one or several of these build problems, so that we can collaboratively
> solve them.
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> Thomas

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