I am not using the firebird port because its behind and i wanted to try
the new firebird-7. I have compiled firebird before on linux, openbsd and
freebsd 4.x without issues using the same config. This is the first time
i have seen this so i assume its the new gcc compiler.

again thanks for the help. have a great night.

On Sat, 18 Oct 2003 14:03:08 -0700, "Kris Kennaway" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> On Sat, Oct 18, 2003 at 12:29:05PM -0600, KroNiC~BSD wrote:
> > I am trying to compile firebird on freebsd 5-current. Something appears
> > to be wrong with the compiler on the 5.x series as i am getting the
> > following errors:
> If you're using the firebird port and system compiler then it builds
> correctly on a clean FreeBSD system.  If you're seeing errors using
> the port and system compiler, check that you have followed all the
> directions in UPDATING.
> Also check that you're not using weirdo CFLAGS/CXXFLAGS settings (it's
> not clear from the output you included, but it looks like you might
> be).  If you tell g++ to be pickier about the code it accepts, and
> then it gives errors from non-conforming code, you've only got
> yourself to blame :-)
> If you're not using the port or not using the system compiler, and you
> are using default compiler flags, you're probably seeing the error
> because newer versions of gcc are much stricter in the code they will
> accept as valid.  Talk to the firebird developers about fixing the
> bugs in their code.
> Kris

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