[Olsr-dev] Fix problems with current MinGW builds
Tue Jan 7 17:03:21 CET 2014
I have pushed a rebased mingw branch, and it now should work on old and
new mingw versions. please check.
On 07/01/14 13:20, Ferry Huberts wrote:
> I've pushed the mingw branch into the repository.
> We now require mingw version >= 4.6.3, which is Ubuntu and Fedora have.
> This is higher than what Debian Squeeze _and_ Wheezy have, both have 4.2.1.
> The question now is, what shall we do?
> Shall we try to perform some ifdef magic to keep the Debian builds
> running or shall we just require an up-to-date mingw?
> I'm for the latter, especially since we don't really seem to have
> windows users, and olsrd is kind of limited for windows anyway.
> On 07/01/14 11:11, Henning Rogge wrote:
>> On 01/07/2014 11:05 AM, Henning Rogge wrote:
>>> the attached patch should fix the problems with the current MinGW
>>> builds. MinGW is improving, which broke our compatibility layer for the
>>> old bugs of MinGW...
>>> This patch will most likely break some outdated MinGW builds, anyone who
>>> want to fix this too is free to do so.
>> Memo to myself... "git add" should be done before extracting a patch.
>> New version with (hopefully) complete patch attached.
>> Henning Rogge
More information about the Olsr-dev