On Fri, Mar 08, 2002 at 10:17:16AM -0600, David W. Chapman Jr. wrote:
> > > currently kde doesn't work due to binuntils update.  It may work now
> > > after the most recent binutils update, but we have to recompile kde to
> > > see that I believe, andkdelibs cannot be compiled which builds
> > > kde-config which the rest of the kde meta-ports try to run. 
> I'm not the only one that is experiencing it either, here is what I 
> was told by Alan Eldridge <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> On Tue, Mar 05, 2002 at 05:26:27PM -0600, David W. Chapman Jr. wrote:
> >When I try to build kdelibs2 I get the following under recent
> >-current builds
> >
> >,.deps/kextsock.pp -c kextsock.cpp  -fPIC -DPIC -o .libs/kextsock.o
> >kextsock.cpp: In method `struct kde_addrinfo *
> >KExtendedSocketLookup::results()'
> >:
> >kextsock.cpp:294: implicit declaration of function `int __htons(...)'
> >kextsock.cpp:353: implicit declaration of function `int __htonl(...)'
> Yes. Recent changes to netinet/in.h have made it require the inclusion
> of arpa/inet.h. As well, arpa/inet.h must include netinet/in.h. IOW, 
> each
> of these files must #include the other in order to work correctly.
> As you  might guess, this is a less than desirable situation. A 
> #includes
> B and B #includes A is a very bad arrangement. However, unless both 
> files
> are overhauled, that is what will have to happen.

FWIW, Alan filed a PR about that - bin/35598.


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