On 20/09/16 23:38, Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> Control: tags -1 patch
> On 2016-09-19 17:12:17 +0200, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort wrote:
>> On Tue, 19 Jan 2016 16:50:22 -0800 Martin Michlmayr <t...@hpe.com> wrote:
>>> This package fails to build with GCC 6.  GCC 6 has not been released
>>> yet, but it's expected that GCC 6 will become the default compiler for
>>> stretch.
>> Any news on this? This is blocking the boost1.58 removal, which in
>> turn is blocking the ongoing openmpi transition. I'd appreciate if
>> you could take a look at this.
> The main difference between GCC 6 and the previous version for C++ is:
>   The default mode for C++ is now -std=gnu++14 instead of -std=gnu++98.
> (from https://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-6/changes.html), as incompatible changes
> have been introduced in the new C++ standard.
> This seems to be the cause of the failure here. One simple solution,
> IMHO, is to switch back to -std=gnu++98. This is what the attached
> patch does. I was not sure where to put -std=gnu++98, but with what
> I did, it applies only to GCC, not to clang. So, I suppose that this
> is what is expected. On my machine, ceph builds without any error
> with this patch, but I have not tested the behavior when installed
> (I don't see why there would be any new problem).
> I don't think it would be worth to try to make this version C++14
> compliant while there is a new version upstream (see the package in
> experimental, for instance).

That would be fine with me, if it works.


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