[Xorp-users] Building Xorp SVN on Linux Debian sparc fails
Jose Manuel dos Santos Calhariz
jose.spam at netvisao.pt
Sun Mar 7 09:56:09 PST 2010
On Sat, Mar 06, 2010 at 12:25:10PM +0000, Bruce Simpson wrote:
> On 03/06/10 08:14, Ben Greear wrote:
> > Here's a patch against my tree (and will probably apply somewhat clean
> > to official SVN)
> > that might fix your problem.
> Yes, there are problems with strong alignment architectures and some
> parts of the XORP code base.
> This has been a known issue for a long time. Only a reasonably clean fix
> will be checked in.
> This patch is unlikely to be checked in, as it has a number of style bugs.
> Bounce buffering hacks such as the one this patch uses, are not
This alignment issues during compilation are the biggest problem in
packaging xorp for Debian. It's very difficult to keep xorp in Debian
updated because of it. A package is only candidate to be released on
the next Debian release if and only if can be built on all the
official architectures and without an updated package of xorp in
Debian will be more difficult to have it updated in Ubuntu.
I need solutions for this type of compile errors, so I can keep xorp
updated in Debian.
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