[lldb-dev] [Patch to be reviewed] uuid_t under GNU/Linux
sylvestre at debian.org
Wed Apr 17 11:06:12 PDT 2013
Excellent. Many thanks. I didn't try this solution. I through there were
built on purpose for some weird cross compatibility reasons.
I revert my commit in the Debian packages then :)
On 17/04/2013 19:45, Malea, Daniel wrote:
> Hi Sylvestre,
> I can confirm the patch fixes the build, but I'm not sure we want to
> introduce a new dependency on libuuid-dev (or equivalent), especially for
> a library that's unlikely to be used on Linux. IIRC the only reason we
> build it was because I was too lazy to add the darwin-specific logic when
> writing the original cmake files.
> I have a fix in place that conditionally builds the mac-specific
> (problematic) libraries only on Darwin (and also speeds up the build
> somewhat :) It's been committed in 179694.
> Now, on to the hangs...
> Thanks again for all your help with this issue,
> On 2013-04-17 5:57 AM, "Sylvestre Ledru" <sylvestre at debian.org> wrote:
>> I would like to know if I could apply the attached patch to lldb.
>> Following the commit r179584 , we need, under GNU/Linux, to include
>> uuid.h to obtain the uuid_t definition. Otherwise, the build fails with:
>> error: 'uuid_t' was not declared in this scope
>> For the full log, see .
>> Since this adds a new dependency on lldb, I was to make sure people
>> agree on this change (I can update the tools + documentation about this
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