I revved the IID, and xpcshell is failing on tinderbox when it tries to get nsIXPConnect, and needs a clobber. I don't know how to do this properly. Maybe khuey can help?
Whatever you're seeing is something else. xpcshell does depend on nsIXPConnect.h.
Why did we have to clobber then? I'd like to stamp out these have to force clobber type issues ideally...
So would I, but as filed, the bug is invalid. If we can reproduce this locally, then lets file another bug and investigate.
I still see this locally on mac. STR: 1 - do a clean build 2 - rev the UUID of nsIXPConnect 3 - do a top-level make Kyle, did you maybe give the build too many hints with your make -C?
No. I did a top level make. Can you attach objdir/js/xpconnect/shell/.deps/xpcshell.o.pp?
Also, are you using gcc or clang?
(In reply to Kyle Huey [:khuey] (firstname.lastname@example.org) from comment #6) > No. I did a top level make. > > Can you attach objdir/js/xpconnect/shell/.deps/xpcshell.o.pp? There is no xpcshell.o.pp. There is, however, xpcshell.pp: xpcshell : xpcshell.o xpcshellMacUtils.o ../../../dist/lib/libxpcomglue_s.a ../../../dist/bin/XUL ../../../dist/bin/XUL (In reply to Kyle Huey [:khuey] (email@example.com) from comment #7) > Also, are you using gcc or clang? gcc.
Uh .... why on earth is there no xpcshell.o.pp?
(In reply to Kyle Huey [:khuey] (firstname.lastname@example.org) from comment #9) > Uh .... why on earth is there no xpcshell.o.pp? You tell me. I have no idea what a pp file is.
It's the compiler generated dependency file. If you make clean in js/xpconnect/shell and then make, what command is used to build xpcshell.o?
So, what happens here is that a set of deps are generated for xpcshell (the binary), which overwrite the set of deps for xpcshell.o. This doesn't happen on Windows, since there we use the object suffix in the deps file.
Fallout from one of glandium's patches but I forget which one.
Ah, that'd be a fallout from bug 763893
Created attachment 635388 [details] [diff] [review] Rename OBJS-related dependency files
Created attachment 635397 [details] [diff] [review] Rename OBJS-related dependency files This should actually work.