Control: reassign -1 libc6-dev
Control: tags -1 + experimental

Graham Inggs, on Wed 27 Apr 2016 15:07:52 +0200, wrote:
> Eztrace-contrib FTBFS with glibc 2.23 available in Experimental and
> Ubuntu Xenial.
> 
> > /usr/include/string.h: In function ‘void* __mempcpy_inline(void*, const 
> > void*, size_t)’:
> > /usr/include/string.h:652:42: error: ‘memcpy’ was not declared in this scope
> >    return (char *) memcpy (__dest, __src, __n) + __n;
> >                                           ^
> > /usr/include/string.h: In function ‘void* __mempcpy_inline(void*, const 
> > void*, size_t)’:
> > /usr/include/string.h:652:42: error: ‘memcpy’ was not declared in this scope
> >    return (char *) memcpy (__dest, __src, __n) + __n;
> >                                           ^
> > /usr/include/string.h: In function ‘void* __mempcpy_inline(void*, const 
> > void*, size_t)’:
> > /usr/include/string.h:652:42: error: ‘memcpy’ was not declared in this scope
> >    return (char *) memcpy (__dest, __src, __n) + __n;
> 
> I found a similar issue had been reported for TensorFlow [1], and the 
> solution:
> 
> > @e14159 can you try with -D_FORCE_INLINES? I just had the same issue with 
> > pcl,
> > I checked the string.h header, and using that preprocessor directive skips 
> > the block
> > where the memcpy error appears. There's probably a cleaner workaround 
> > though...

Well, a workaround remains a workaround. There is no reason why we
shouldn't just fix the bug at its source, glibc. Otherwise we'd keep
chasing packages which would need a workaround, that's really not the
way to go.

So I'm reassigning to glibc.

Samuel

Reply via email to