Closed Bug 43449 Opened 22 years ago Closed 22 years ago
CC A .03 .15 compiler issue
the aCC compiler (A.03.15) that comes with the 4/00 ACE pack for HPUX 11.00 has a known issue that causes builds to fail. The problem is: CR JAGad04044 Error 229 overloading error occurs due to unrelated lines but should be fixed in A.03.26 it is encountered when building layout/xul/base/src/nsTitledButtonFrame.cpp and the work around is to remove the operator+ member function from the class nsPromiseConcatenation<CharT> Index: nsAReadableString.h =================================================================== RCS file: /cvsroot/mozilla/xpcom/ds/nsAReadableString.h,v retrieving revision 1.60 diff -r1.60 nsAReadableString.h 901c901 < nsPromiseConcatenation<CharT> operator+( const basic_nsAReadableString <CharT>& rhs ) const; --- > //JDUNN nsPromiseConcatenation<CharT> operator+( const basic_nsAReadableString<CharT>& rhs ) const; 1001a1002 > /* 1009c1010 < --- > */
This is really just a tracking bug till we get the patch
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
QA Contact: granrose → barrettl
Summary: aCC A.03.15 compiler issue → aCC A.03.15 compiler issue
Target Milestone: --- → M30
another workaround is to remove the +p from compile line CXX = aCC -ext +DA1.1 +DS2.0
updating dependency and reassigning to john since he will be working with Frank to get the 3.25 compiler going.
Assignee: jdunn → jgaunt
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
we have the 3.25 compiler, this problem still exists. If you compile with the +p option you get the overload error and it will not build. The work around still works. Jim has it that the 3.26 compiler fixes the problem, but I have yet to talk with frank about it.
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
dbaron checked in a fix for this into the trunk last night. Marking this as a dup of 65664. So for trunk builds you can (and should) go back to having a +p in the CXX var *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 65664 ***
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Closed: 22 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Hmmm. Was my change really related to this? Or is an additional fix based on the autoconf test needed? (What was the compiler error?)
DOH! maybe this wasn't a dup of your stuff... For some reason I thought it was since both were related to +p... I could be wrong. In any event the bug is fixed.
verified dup......... or fixed...... or whatever jim says it is.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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