Could not determine MSC version (Visual Studio 2017)
sbergman at redhat.com
Fri Jan 25 10:08:56 UTC 2019
On 25/01/2019 10:55, julien2412 wrote:
> Compilateur d'optimisation Microsoft (R) C/C++ version▒19.16.27026.1 pour
So that character between "version" and "19" (presumably meant to be a
no-break space) obviously isn't liked by that sed regex in nss's
configure.in; it expects to see a true space before the digit sequence.
In principle, you could add a patch to external/nss to adapt that regex
in nspr/configure (which presumably doesn't get rebuilt from
nspr/configure.in during our build) to handle either a true space or
whatever other character you have there. In practice, that may be
complicated by cl outputting its text with a different code page than
what your cygwin shell's locale expects, so coming up with a meaningful
regex may be nontrivial. You could also try to see whether nss upstream
has some fix on offer.
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