[manjaro-dev] minor problems building frobtads 32 bit package
philm at manjaro.org
Mon Aug 1 17:27:44 CEST 2016
you can always use 'gcc5' for this if needed. That is why it is still
included in our repository:
Am 01.08.2016 um 09:52 schrieb kendell clark:
> I can do that, if that's acceptible to you guys. I try not to exclude
> packages if I can help it, but I'll wait for the code to be updated.
> Failing that, I'll install a 32 bit version of sonar on a spair machine
> I've got lying around, maybe my macBookPro and try building frobtads on
> that. I'll wait a couple of weeks, but after that I'll install sonar on
> my macBookPro, replacing the 64 bit version with a 32 bit version and
> building ... I've already said that lol. I need some coffee, brain's
> getting all confused.
> Kendell Clark
> Bernhard Landauer wrote:
>> Hi Kendell.
>> The error thrown when building the 32 version
>> exception cleanup for this placement new selects non-placement
>> operator delete
>> is mentioned on the net in connection with gcc update to 6.1
>> Though, it seems a bit strange that this would only be a problem with
>> one arch.
>> It should be possible to build this with gcc downgraded to 5.3, but
>> I'm afraid you'd need a 32bit system to achieve that...
>> Maybe better just wait for the software to update their code and
>> meanwhile only provide the 64bit version?
>> with kind regards
>> On 31/07/16 10:36, kendell clark wrote:
>>> hi all
>>> After a lot of requests by the sonar community, I've just packaged
>>> another format of text based games, called the "tads" format. The
>>> package is called frobtads. It's open source under it's own custom
>>> license, which is of course included in the package. It's open source,
>>> but a bit of a lax license. When trying to build the 32 bit version it
>>> failed. The output is very hard to understand, but it looks like there
>>> may be a compiler problem, since the 64 bit version built fine. I've
>>> already pushed the 64 bit version to the community repository and added
>>> the pkgbuild to our packages repo. I didn't want anyone to think I was
>>> deliberately leaving out 32 bit, I just can't seem to build it. I've
>>> tried several times thinking it might be a fluke with buildpkg. The
>>> following command was used. buildpkg -a i686 -c -w -p frobtads -s.
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