2.3.8 tagged yesterday, but no win32 build

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Dec 3 17:48:38 EST 2009

Quoting Phil Longstaff <plongstaff at rogers.com>:

> On Thu, 2009-12-03 at 12:06 -0500, Derek Atkins wrote:
>> Phil Longstaff <plongstaff at rogers.com> writes:
>> > I tagged 2.3.8 yesterday, but there's no 2.3.8 build today.  Can someone
>> > take a look?
>> The build log was uploaded...  Looks like this is the problem:
>> XmlOutputEventHandler.cxx: In member function `virtual void 
>> OpenSP::XmlOutputEve
>> ntHandler::inputOpened(OpenSP::InputSource*)':
>> XmlOutputEventHandler.cxx:1206: error: `realpath' was not declared 
>> in this scope
>> XmlOutputEventHandler.cxx: In member function `int 
>> OpenSP::XmlOutputEventHandler
>> ::maybeCreateDirectories(char*)':
>> c:/soft/mingw/bin/../lib/gcc/mingw32/3.4.5/../../../../include/io.h:176: 
>> error:
>> too many arguments to function `int mkdir(const char*)'
>> XmlOutputEventHandler.cxx:1485: error: at this point in file
>> Looks like something is wrong with the OpenSP dependency?
>> Has this dep changed recently?
>> The daily builds do not rebuild all the dependencies, but the tag builds
>> do.  This is why the daily builds are still working.  Unfortunately we
>> don't have a good method to notice that the dependency definition
>> changed and force a rebuild, otherwise we should do that in the daily
>> build.
>> I'm happy to kick off a new Tag build once we think we've fixed the
>> OpenSP issue.
> I don't see that anything changed in defaults.sh or install.sh related
> to opensp.  Did something change in the build vm?

I dont know... *I* didn't change anything, but it's possible that Christian
made some changes.  Were there ANY changes in defaults.sh or install.sh
between 2.3.7 and now?

> Phil


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