RTEMS Toolchain building failed

Jianxun Yan yanjx at jlab.org
Mon Aug 21 14:41:00 UTC 2017

Thank you, Joel and Chris. I built it.

On 08/20/2017 03:25 AM, Chris Johns wrote:
> On 20/8/17 3:10 am, Joel Sherrill wrote:
>> I filed the Trac ticket https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__devel.rtems.org_ticket_3103&d=DwICaQ&c=lz9TcOasaINaaC3U7FbMev2lsutwpI4--09aP8Lu18s&r=C3EDzt-0O9of34Y0IF-Dug&m=P1uy5hu1KyffEftzzYyunKEol_xWm5ed5btVT26XGbo&s=Q4c2p39egIjcTVSU4KkFCxPsY8cB0AYzvy1IMtS_Xws&e= .
> Thanks. I have just pushed a fix.
>> My first thought is that CentOS 7 string.h is giving a C++ prototype
>> and libiberty is giving a vanilla C prototype. They conflict. I pasted
>> the basename() prototypes into the ticket.
> It is related to the import of some of gcc libiberty files and no supporting
> configure macros. I do not want to add configure tests and compile command line
> defines to manage the effected decl's because we do not used have them so I have
> hard coded the values in the source.
> Chris

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