Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 67191
typo in kernel source file
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:43:24 EDT
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Description of problem:
There's a typo in source file include/linux/sched.h which causes compilations to
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.Found it by trying to build openafs
the following is a diff of the affected file
after its being fixed and the emacs ~ file,
which is the original one. Bascially #if
should be a #ifdef
[adler@newadler linux]$ diff sched.h sched.h~
< #ifdef CONFIG_SMP
> #if CONFIG_SMP
No #if is actually correct too..... CONFIG_SMP is defined to 1 ....
I wonder if openafs has a bust makefile that does -DCONFIG_SMP and not the
If you look at other places of the code in the same file, you'll
find #ifdef CONFIG_SMP statements. So why does the sched.h file
have a mix of #if CONFIG_SMP and #ifdef CONFIG_SMP. You would
expect it to be consistant through out. ?????
I didn't say it was nice or consistent... it's just not incorrect
sure it's nicer to be consistent :)
what's the correct -D statment then in the cc command line?
there is no correct -D statement for this, because it MUST NOT be passed on the
command line, it's a config option that is automatically used correctly via
include/config.h, which everything that is relevant already includes.
*** Bug 67268 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***