[vdr] Debian Sarge: /usr/include, vdr kompiliert nicht mehr

Darren Salt linux at youmustbejoking.demon.co.uk
Fri Jul 1 20:27:41 CEST 2005


I demand that Frederick Page may or may not have written...

> Walter Koch wrote on Thu, Jun 30 2005:
>>>  I got many messages as these:
>>>  config.o(.text+0x3798):/usr/include/stdlib.h:302: undefined reference
>>>                         to `__throw'
>> (Translator's note:
>>    I can compile it without a flaw (Sarge, 1.3.22 and 1.3.27) )

> So can I now, if I had not been THAT darn stupid. Please look above:
> config.o (an object!) gave the errors.

Hmm, yes. I've been running sarge for quite some time now, so it's little
wonder that I didn't spot that :-\

> Considering that I upgraded from Woody to Sarge (meaning libc6 and gcc),
> it's not a big surprise that I could not compile with the old (stale!)
> objects.

The same will happen when you (eventually) upgrade to etch - there's another
C++ transition on the way.

> A simple "make clean" did the trick. I am truly sorry about this stupid
> question of mine, of course everything works fine.

You could use my packages or the official Debian vdr package in unstable; if
you're using xine-lib, it'd be better to use my packages since
vdr-plugin-xine isn't in unstable (and probably won't be until after xine-lib
is appropriately patched).

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