Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 181340
Autoconf X checking error with XrmInitialize
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:24 EST
See the devel list posting linked in the URL field. Basically, after an
autoreconf, the configure X checking fails because of a :
void XrmInitialize( void ) (what the real call should be)
void XrmInitialize( int ) (what autoconf checks with int=0)
This results in a failed check with :
too many arguments to function 'void XrmInitialize()'
Created attachment 124634 [details]
Updated autoconf-intrinsic patch that fixes upstream bug
Upstream seems to have munged the function when adopting the debian
maintainer's patch. The initial report upstream and
XrmInitialize() rather than XrmInitialize(0).
Matthias, can you test this?
It works fine for me now :-)
Now I just need the fix to appear in Rawhide so that I can rebuild synergy in
fixed in -7, but that may take a while to appear in Rawhide as we're preparing
Issue and patch submitted upstream as well.