Build failing from "trunk"

I grabbed the latest “trunk” via svn, and attempted a build.

ecc.cc appears to be causing the build to fail:

ecc.cc:5875: error: conversion from ‘int’ to non-scalar type
‘std::vector<int, std::allocator >’ requested
ecc.cc:5967: error: conversion from ‘int’ to non-scalar type
‘std::vector<int, std::allocator >’ requested

Should I exclude the error-correction stuff from the build for now, or
what?

Try make -k.

At least, compilation will not stop after the first failure.

On Wed, August 9, 2006 13:22, Pascal C. wrote:

Try make -k.

At least, compilation will not stop after the first failure.

Correct, though it will fail install.

You can edit configure.ac and comment out the line near the bottom that
is

GRC_GR_ERROR_CORRECTING_CODES

…which will exclude that component from every make target.

Please file a bug and include your system configuration (compiler,
autotools versions, OS, cpu.

To file a bug from Trac go to:

http://gnuradio.utah.edu/trac

Log in as ‘guest’ with password ‘gnuradio’, then select “New Ticket”.
(If
you have a developer account use that name instead of guest).

-Johnathan

Johnathan C. wrote:

To file a bug from Trac go to:

http://gnuradio.utah.edu/trac

Log in as ‘guest’ with password ‘gnuradio’, then select “New Ticket”. (If
you have a developer account use that name instead of guest).

-Johnathan

Ok, so call me as dopey as a psychotic on lithium, but I can’t see any
“New Ticket” item anywhere
on the page you referred me to, even after logging in (successfully)
with my developer ID.

I’m using Firefox 1.5.0.4, if that matters…

Marcus L. wrote:

Ok, so call me as dopey as a psychotic on lithium, but I can’t see any
“New Ticket” item anywhere
on the page you referred me to, even after logging in (successfully)
with my developer ID.
No, I’m the dopey one (hey, Lithium is not so bad once you get used to
it :slight_smile:

Try it again; I had forgotten to give you developer rights on Trac. I’m
assuming your login is mleech; let me know if it’s different as I’m on
the road and can’t ssh into the server right now.

Worst case you can login as guest and do it until me or Eric straightens
it out.

-Johnathan

I just got back from a vacation w/o internet, am playing catch-up,
and haven’t had time yet to update the (new to me) SVN for ecc.
While the ecc stuff is a work-in-progress, it’s supposed to compile
correctly. I will work tonight to get all my updated programming
into SVN, as well as see if I can figure out what the issue you found
is. - MLD

Michael D. wrote:

I just got back from a vacation w/o internet, am playing catch-up, and
haven’t had time yet to update the (new to me) SVN for ecc. While the
ecc stuff is a work-in-progress, it’s supposed to compile correctly.
I will work tonight to get all my updated programming into SVN, as
well as see if I can figure out what the issue you found is. - MLD
The svn repository is current with CVS HEAD. Please see Eric about
subversion commit access. Also, please create a developer branch in the
tree:

svn mkdir
http://gnuradio.utah.edu/svn/gnuradio/branches/developers/mdickens
svn cp http://gnuradio.utah.edu/svn/gnuradio/trunk
http://gnuradio.utah.edu/svn/gnuradio/branches/developers/mdickens/wip

(all on one line.)

Then you can check out the developer branch:

svn co
http://gnuradio.utah.edu/svn/gnuradio/branches/developers/mdickens/wip
gnuradio
cd gnuradio

You can fiddle to your hearts content here and check-in intermediate
work in progress. Once ‘make distcheck’ passes successfully, you can
merge your changes into the trunk. I’ll walk you through that when
you’re ready.

By using developer branches for intermediate work we keep the trunk in
good shape for non-developers to check out from.

-Johnathan

On Wed, Aug 09, 2006 at 02:45:23PM -0700, Johnathan C. wrote:

I’m on the road and can’t ssh into the server right now.

Worst case you can login as guest and do it until me or Eric
straightens it out.

-Johnathan

Sorry about that Marcus. I didn’t realize that I had an extra step to
perform.

Johnathan, can you put together a checklist for adding a developer?
I did run htdigest in both directories, but clearly didn’t even think
about the Trac perms.

Eric

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