[Libreoffice] [PUSHED] Re: Problem building sw (writer) in debug mode under Linux
dtardon at redhat.com
Tue Nov 16 09:40:55 PST 2010
On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 05:22:48PM +0100, Giuseppe Castagno wrote:
> Tor Lillqvist wrote:
> >>Now what it's the right flag to use to surround a debug specific
> >>code: OSL_DEBUG_LEVEL > 1 or DBG_UTIL ?
> >I recently did a build with --enable-dbgutil so that it would use the debugging C++ library on Windows. (As such that was mostly useless, it didn't help me find the cause of the problem I was seeing.)
> >(I did not use --enable-debug or any debug=x options to individual build commands, which would have set OSL_DEBUG_LEVEL, too.)
> >That build revealed several places in the code where as far as I could see there was a mixup between these two things and I got compilation errors. I fixed things up so that my --enable-dbgutil build compiled and linked. But it is entirely possible that this then broken stuff for a build with just --enable-debug or debug=true but not --enable-dbgutil.
> >>I confess I'm a little confused :-).
> >So am I, and disgusted. I am not sure at all that we really want to keep this distinction between --enable-dbgutil and --enable-debug (and then there is also --enable-symbols) in LibreOffice. Nobody understands it.
> I added a patch that should refine the work started by tml and others
> re: DBG_UTIL <-> OSL_DEBUG_LEVEL mixup.
> The patch changes some of the DBG_UTIL to OSL_DEBUG_LEVEL, so they won't
> break the build with debug=true.
> Though a couple of warning popped up while building in debug mode.
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