Description of problem:
/usr/include/ObjectiveC2/blocks_runtime.h includes "ObjectiveC2/Availability.h" which is not provided in gnustep-base-devel nor in any other package.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. compile a program that includes ObjectiveC2/blocks_runtime.h
2. see error:
/usr/include/objc/blocks_runtime.h:5:10: fatal error:
'ObjectiveC2/Availability.h' file not found
3. see "No Matches found" from sudo yum whatprovides '*/Availability.h'
program does not compile, showing error from step 2 above.
program can compile.
Am trying to compile EtoileText which is in revision 7175 of
svn co svn://svn.gna.org//etoile/trunk
I have sourced /usr/lib64/GNUstep/Makefiles/GNUstep.sh
The code includes "objc/blocks_runtime.h", and I did ln -s /usr/include/ObjectiveC2 /usr/include/objc, hence the odd location given in the error message.
$ rpm -ql gnustep-base-devel-1.22.0-2.fc15.x86_64 | grep /include/ObjectiveC
$ grep -C1 Availability /usr/include/ObjectiveC2/blocks_runtime.h
shows a file with all code commented out.
Touching a file /usr/include/ObjectiveC2/Availability.h works around the problem.
The proper solution is to either:
provide a file /usr/include/ObjectiveC2/Availability.h (with all code commented out? Why?)
Or perhaps simply remove the line
Another problem with the same file:
In file included from /usr/include/GNUstepBase/GSVersionMacros.h:287:
/usr/include/objc/blocks_runtime.h:14:51: error: expected function body after
BLOCKS_EXPORT const char *_Block_get_types(void*) OBJC_NONPORTABLE;
$ rpm -ql gnustep-base-devel-1.22.0-2.fc15.x86_64 | xargs grep OBJC_NONPORTABLE/usr/include/ObjectiveC2/blocks_runtime.h:BLOCKS_EXPORT const char *_Block_get_types(void*) OBJC_NONPORTABLE;
In the copy/paste in https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=728744#c2, a newline is missing from the grep; the grep is for OBJC_NONPORTABLE;what comes after is output that belongs on the next line.
Looks like a build regression test could help prevent these bugs.
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