[Xorg] Tinderbox error on Wraphelp.c
Stuart.Kreitman at Sun.COM
Mon Aug 23 15:33:39 PDT 2004
That would be me. You may refer to the email logs at
to follow the discussion on this.
A quote of Alan Coopersmith's summary:
"uint32_t is the form specified by the ISO/ANSI C99 standard, the
current version of the Single Unix Specification (the combined
replacement for the POSIX & XPG series of specs, and LSB 1.3."
If the bug is only in the current Debian distro now and not in other
Linux's, then one must ask what standards vetting they have, and whether
we should ifdef around it.
> On tinderbox.freedesktop.org there appears to be an issue in
> Wraphelp.c:65: error: syntax error before "skb"
> This issue showed up on the Solaris build machine over the weekend
> starting on 8/21 at 18:45. It resolved at 10:12 today, 8/23, however
> now the same error is appearing in one of the Linux/Debian build
> machines as of 11:07.
> ajax commented on IRC that it looks like uint_32 vs. u_int_32 issues,
> and suggested mentioning it here on the list.
> Solaris / x86 / SunOS
> Linux / x86 / Debian
> xorg mailing list
> xorg at freedesktop.org
Sun Microsystems Inc. - X Window System Development
desk: 650 786-5106, fax: -0670 cell: 650 575-7772 stuart.kreitman at sun.com
More information about the xorg