[BusyBox] Getting started on 1.0.1-rc2
rob at landley.net
Sat Aug 13 03:11:34 UTC 2005
On Friday 12 August 2005 21:38, Mike Frysinger wrote:
> On Friday 12 August 2005 10:28 pm, Rob Landley wrote:
> > On Thursday 11 August 2005 21:30, Mike Frysinger wrote:
> > > On Wednesday 10 August 2005 07:30 pm, Rob Landley wrote:
> > > > 10974: is this a bugfix, or a follow-up to 10887?
> > >
> > > not a bugfix, just gets rid of a warning (accept is a function defined
> > > in header files and newer gcc/glibc combos complain)
> > It's also apparently dependent on the big unzip rewrite. Attempting to
> > apply it all the hunks fail.
> yeah, looks like a bug introduced by the big unzip rewrite ...
Not 1.0 material. :)
> > > > 10975: what?
> > >
> > > sometimes the build process generates a .hdepend file ... i just added
> > > it to the '.cvsignore' list
> > This is another one I don't know how to apply.
> svn pe svn:ignore .
> <add .hdepend to the list>
> svn commit .
Ok, I did that.
I had to update first. I don't know why, it won't show me anything in the
log, but it refused to commit until I updated. I have _no_ idea...
> > > > 11002 ether-wake and uclibc?
> > >
> > > should be moved to 1.0 if it isnt already ... the warning explains the
> > > issue ...
> > Having read this patch: no.
> > Fix uclibc (add a stub function), or don't use ether-wake, but don't
> > #ifdef uclibc in the middle of the code. That's not progress.
> yes, i know, the plan was to fix uClibc but seeing as how that wont be done
> before the 0.9.28 release ...
Adding a stub function can't be done in time for the 0.9.28 release?
> > > > 10922 #ifdef newlib is not an improvement.
> > >
> > > it's an improvement if you use newlib ;)
> > If I'm not going to apply a uclibc #ifdef and I _use_ uclibc, what do you
> > think the chances of me applying a newlib #ifdef?
> actually, this re-orders existing #ifdef's, it doesnt add new ones
Considering how much tweaking shaun jackman keeps trying to do for newlib, can
we really call it supported in 1.0 so far?
We need a quarrantine.h file for this sort of thing...
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