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Re: Build fail - Intrepid

From: Eric Blake
Subject: Re: Build fail - Intrepid
Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2009 21:52:41 -0700
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According to Pablo Diego on 1/15/2009 7:44 AM:
> I can not build using Intrepid.
> gcc  -g -O2   -o m4 m4.o builtin.o debug.o eval.o format.o freeze.o input.o 
> macro.o output.o path.o symtab.o stackovf.o ../lib/libm4.a 
> m4.o: In function `usage':
> m4.c:(.text+0x15): undefined reference to `__builtin_va_arg_pack'

Thanks for the report.  I'm not familiar with the Intrepid system; what
does ./config.guess output for your system?  Also, what version of gcc are
you using?  Normally, the __builtin_ namespace should be handled by gcc
without complaints; what's more, the identifier __builtin_va_arg_pack does
not appear anywhere in gnulib or m4 sources.  So I can only guess that you
have a system <stdarg.h> header that has a #define of va_arg but which
expands to something not recognized by your compiler version, or that the
gnulib replacement <stdarg.h> is kicking in but in the process confusing
your system headers.  I'm cc'ing the gnulib list in case anyone else has
more experience with this system.

Meanwhile, can you show us the relevent contents of your <stdarg.h> system
header?  Also, what did config.log say around the area where it was
checking for va_copy?

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