Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-08-03 Thread Don Lewis
On 21 Jul, To: p...@apache.org wrote: Doing pkg install clang35 adding this to the configure script CPP=clang-cpp35 CC=clang35 CXX=clang++35 export CPP CC CXX On FreeBSD configure still needs CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include in its environment. Looks like that got dropped when CPP and

Re: build breaker/Issue 126449/ svx module

2015-08-09 Thread Don Lewis
On 8 Aug, Martin Bakker wrote: Hi There, I'm a developer using AOO in some of my applications. To debug some AOO problems I decided to build AOO with symbols to try and find a solution. I followed the instructions on how to build but got stuck when trying to build the svx module.

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-13 Thread Don Lewis
On 13 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: I did notice the buildbot was failing on nss(?). That's what I get for taking hunks from elsewhere :-P. Patch below ... As you might have noticed I don't spend much quality time with AOO lately :-(. I've been spending too much B-( Index:

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-14 Thread Don Lewis
Next problem ... libxml2 deliver deliver -- version: 275594 Module 'libxml2' delivered successfully. 50 files copied, 2 files unchanged = Building module libxslt = [snip] Disabling crypto support Enabling debugger checking for libxml libraries = 2.6.27... 2.7.8 found

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-13 Thread Don Lewis
On 13 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: I did notice the buildbot was failing on nss(?). That's what I get for taking hunks from elsewhere :-P. Working on a patch for that ... - To unsubscribe, e-mail:

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-14 Thread Don Lewis
On 13 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hmm ... Perhaps there is something wrong here: tmain/libxml2/prj/d.lst Perhaps ... but since libxml is already installed on the system because it is a prerequisite of some of the other dependencies, such as java, gconf2, and gnome-vfs, I just switched to

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-14 Thread Don Lewis
Next problem: /bin/sh ../../libtool --tag=CXX --mode=link c++ -g -O2 -o chmorph chmorph.o ../parsers/libparsers.a ../hunspell/libhunspell-1.3.la libtool: link: c++ -g -O2 -o chmorph chmorph.o ../parsers/libparsers.a ../hunspell/.libs/libhunspell-1.3.a c++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I../..

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-15 Thread Don Lewis
On 14 Jul, Don Lewis wrote: At this point, I'm going to back out the patch above, and remove CPPFLAGS and LDFLAGS from the environment passed to build. I'll pass LIBINTL_PREFIX instead to fix he hunspell issue. This is looking real good. This time the build got far enough to tickle

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-14 Thread Don Lewis
On 14 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: On 07/14/15 02:32, Don Lewis wrote: Next problem: /bin/sh ../../libtool --tag=CXX --mode=link c++ -g -O2 -o chmorph chmorph.o ../parsers/libparsers.a ../hunspell/libhunspell-1.3.la libtool: link: c++ -g -O2 -o chmorph chmorph.o ../parsers

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-14 Thread Don Lewis
On 14 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: On 07/14/15 01:37, Don Lewis wrote: On 13 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hmm ... Perhaps there is something wrong here: tmain/libxml2/prj/d.lst Perhaps ... but since libxml is already installed on the system because it is a prerequisite of some of the other

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-15 Thread Don Lewis
On 15 Jul, Don Lewis wrote: I'll install clang35 from ports and try again. Success! This is with trunk r1690992 and no additional patches. *** Successful packaging process

Re: Build trouble (was Re: Are the Buildbots down?)

2015-07-15 Thread Don Lewis
On 15 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: And here comes one of the huge can of worms in OpenOffice: we are using a very old version of ICU. The truth is, we have code to update ICU to a more recent version resting peacefully somewhere in the Symphony branch. The IBM (China) guys that wrote it never

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-13 Thread Don Lewis
On 13 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: On 07/13/15 02:06, Don Lewis wrote: ... According to the bootstrap log, it's not a download problem. I'm able to reproduce the problem here. It looks like clang doesn't like some of the code in CoinMP: In file included from ClpSolve.cpp:347: /tmp

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-13 Thread Don Lewis
On 13 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: On 07/13/15 02:06, Don Lewis wrote: On 12 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hi Gavin; Let me copy Don Lewis, who maintains the FreeBSD port @FreeBSD ... On 07/12/15 12:59, Gavin McDonald wrote: On 12 Jul 2015, at 4:50 pm, Pedro Giffuni p...@apache.org mailto:p

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-13 Thread Don Lewis
On 13 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: On 07/13/15 11:29, Don Lewis wrote: ... OpenOffice has a clang patch that was not catching this. I hacked it for FreeBSD now: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=revisionrevision=1690740 But there is certainly something wrong as clang is not being detected

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-13 Thread Don Lewis
On 12 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hi Gavin; Let me copy Don Lewis, who maintains the FreeBSD port @FreeBSD ... On 07/12/15 12:59, Gavin McDonald wrote: On 12 Jul 2015, at 4:50 pm, Pedro Giffuni p...@apache.org mailto:p...@apache.org wrote: Hello; On 07/11/15 10:39, Pedro Giffuni wrote

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-14 Thread Don Lewis
On 14 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: On 07/13/15 23:33, Don Lewis wrote: On 13 Jul, Pedro Giffuni wrote: I did notice the buildbot was failing on nss(?). That's what I get for taking hunks from elsewhere :-P. Patch below ... Committed as revision 1690992. Thanks! As you might have

Re: Are the Buildbots down?

2015-07-13 Thread Don Lewis
Just for giggles, I tried build --from nss and got this: make[2]: Entering directory '/tmp/openoffice/aoo-4.2.0/main/nss/unxfbsdx.pro/misc/build/nss-3.14.4/mozilla/security/coreconf/nsinstall' gcc -o out/nsinstall.o -c -O -fPIC -ansi -Wall -Wno-switch -DFREEBSD -DHAVE_STRERROR -DHAVE_BSD_FLOCK

Re: OpenJDK8

2015-10-19 Thread Don Lewis
On 17 Oct, Don Lewis wrote: > On 18 Oct, Andrea Pescetti wrote: >> On 17/10/2015 Don Lewis wrote: >>>> FreeBSD's ports builds, which include the latest release candidate, >>>> were now marked broken with OpenJDK8. >>> The AOO410 branch needs r1697228, r169

Re: OpenJDK8

2015-10-17 Thread Don Lewis
On 17 Oct, Pedro Giffuni wrote: > FWIW ... > > FreeBSD's ports builds, which include the latest release candidate, > were now marked broken with OpenJDK8. > > I don't have more details. The AOO410 branch needs r1697228, r1697237, r1697247, r1697306, and r1697312 from trunk (which are sequential

Re: building problems with recent changes -- /sal/qa/osl module

2015-10-12 Thread Don Lewis
On 10 Oct, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: > The FreeBSD buildbot and 1 Linux buildbot have also been getting this, yet > 2 of us now couldn't reproduce it. > > Please provide: > * SVN revision > * full configure options > * the compile log from earlier on (containing the command run that produces > that

Re: build breaker/Issue 126449/ svx module

2015-08-29 Thread Don Lewis
On 14 Aug, Andrea Pescetti wrote: On 09/08/2015 Don Lewis wrote: Looks like you are compiling with gcc 4.9. I ran into this same problem on FreeBSD and worked around it by changing the -Os optimization flag ... This is a gcc bug, see: https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=65009

Re: build breaker/Issue 126449/ svx module

2015-08-30 Thread Don Lewis
On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote: On 14 Aug, Andrea Pescetti wrote: On 09/08/2015 Don Lewis wrote: Looks like you are compiling with gcc 4.9. I ran into this same problem on FreeBSD and worked around it by changing the -Os optimization flag ... This is a gcc bug, see: https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla

Re: build breaker/Issue 126449/ svx module

2015-08-31 Thread Don Lewis
On 30 Aug, To: dev@openoffice.apache.org wrote: > On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote: >> On 14 Aug, Andrea Pescetti wrote: >>> Is this related to https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=125475 >>> (where a patch by Ariel is available, but operates at a C++ code level >

sporadic sdext build failures

2015-09-28 Thread Don Lewis
I've occasionally seen the sdext module fail to build: Making:minimizer.srs : && LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/tmp/openoffice/aoo-4.2.0/main/solver/420/unxfbsdx.pro/lib${LD_LIBRARY_PATH:+:${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}} /tmp/openoffice/aoo-4.2.0/main/solver/420/unxfbsdx.pro/bin/rsc -presponse -verbose

Re: Merging some FreeBSD changes to AOO410 (was Re: AOO build system upgrades)

2015-09-25 Thread Don Lewis
Using the FreeBSD ports framework, I am able to successfully build AOO410 branch revision r1705179 on FreeBSD 9.3, 10.1, and 11.0-CURRENT, on both i386 and amd64. The only required patch is a tweak to the optimization flags to avoid a bug in clang 3.6 on i386. I use exactly the same patch when

Re: Merging some FreeBSD changes to AOO410 (was Re: AOO build system upgrades)

2015-09-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 24 Sep, Pedro Giffuni wrote: > Hi Andrea; > > It did catch me somewhat off-guard that the release is not branched from > trunk. It basically means that some changes that have been in the tree > for over a year won't be included into the next release. > > I don't really want to spend time

Re: [QUESTION] Dependency on OpenSSL

2016-06-08 Thread Don Lewis
On 8 Jun, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: > I recall discussions of OpenSSL and updating our dependency on it to a > better/patched version. > > What I don't know is whether the binaries that are built and distributed > directly by the project incorporate OpenSSL in any manner? > > Can anyone clear

updated nss upgrade patch

2016-06-15 Thread Don Lewis
The latest version of nss is now up to 3.24. I've updated the patch here to update the bundled nss to that version. I also fixed a build problem on Windows. Because the download URL is https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/security/nss/releases/... and

Re: updated nss upgrade patch

2016-06-15 Thread Don Lewis
On 15 Jun, Kay Schenk wrote: > > > On 06/15/2016 02:12 AM, Don Lewis wrote: >> The latest version of nss is now up to 3.24. I've updated the patch >> here <https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=126891> to update the >> bundled nss to that version. I also

Re: Security issues with silgraphite

2016-02-16 Thread Don Lewis
On 17 Feb, Andrea Pescetti wrote: > Pedro Giffuni wrote: >> I looked briefly at the issues and for good or bad the version of >> silgraphite shipping with OpenOffice is old enough that most of the >> vulnerabilities don't apply (at least not directly). > > Thank you for setting things straight.

Re: AOO debugging on FreeBSD

2016-02-18 Thread Don Lewis
On 18 Feb, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: > Hi > > On FreeBSD, when I try debug dmake modules in AOO with gdb, and use > the "break :" command, I have to specify the filename > only, without a path, otherwise it can't find it. On Linux it always > finds the file, whether an absolute path, relative path,

Re: New Committer: Don Lewis (truckman)

2016-03-19 Thread Don Lewis
On 13 Dec, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: > [BCC AOO PMC] > > The Project Management Committee (PMC) for Apache OpenOffice is pleased to > announced that Don Lewis has accepted and taken the ID truckman. > > A warm welcome to Don Lewis. > > Regards, > > Dennis Ham

Re: Release Manager for 4.2.0?

2016-03-28 Thread Don Lewis
On 28 Mar, Pedro Giffuni wrote: > Hi Don; > >> On 28 Mar, Pedro Giffuni wrote: >> > In reply to Don, >> >> >> The versions of openssl and curl badly need updating for the same >> >> reason, and there is one CVE for serf. >> > >> > FreeBSD casually keeps some backported updates for the same

Re: Release Manager for 4.2.0?

2016-03-28 Thread Don Lewis
On 28 Mar, Pedro Giffuni wrote: > In reply to Don, >> The versions of openssl and curl badly need updating for the same >> reason, and there is one CVE for serf. > > FreeBSD casually keeps some backported updates for the same openssl > version AOO uses: > >

Re: Release Manager for 4.2.0?

2016-03-28 Thread Don Lewis
On 28 Mar, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: > Commenting just on document signing ... > >> -Original Message- >> From: Pedro Giffuni [mailto:p...@apache.org] >> Sent: Monday, March 28, 2016 13:48 >> To: OOo Apache >> Subject: Re: Release Manager for 4.2.0? > [ ... ]

upgrading serf

2016-03-28 Thread Don Lewis
I was just looking at what it would take to upgrade our bundled version of serf. It turns out to be a bit complicated because recent versions of serf uses scons to build. - To unsubscribe, e-mail:

Re: Release Manager for 4.2.0?

2016-03-28 Thread Don Lewis
On 28 Mar, Kay Schenk wrote: > > > On 03/27/2016 03:37 PM, Don Lewis wrote: >> On 27 Mar, Andrea Pescetti wrote: >>> On 29/01/2016 Andrea Pescetti wrote: >>>> For 4.2.0 we need a Release Manager. I would prefer NOT to be the >>>> Release Manager f

Re: Next release and gbuild

2016-03-19 Thread Don Lewis
On 17 Mar, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: > On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 8:46 PM, Pedro Giffuni wrote: >> Hello; >> >> I have been noticing damjan's great advance in merging the gbuild stuff. >> >> IMO, this is a great thing that will likely be unnoticed by our users >> as it has no real

Boost-related build warnings

2016-03-21 Thread Don Lewis
When building OpenOffice with recent versions of clang, an extreme number of very verbose warnings are generated by the Boost headers, which basically doubles the size of the build log. For the FreeBSD port, which uses the system Boost (still 1.55 for now), I fixed this by cherry picking a number

Re: [RISKS?] Dependability Issues with the AOO Code?

2016-03-21 Thread Don Lewis
On 1 Mar, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: > [BCC AOO PMC] > > An interesting link came to my attention today: > . > > The analysis did not use the Apache OpenOffice code base. Because of > common heritage from OpenOffice.org code, I expect most of the > analysis to

Re: Next release and gbuild

2016-03-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 17 Mar, Pedro Giffuni wrote: > > > On 03/15/16 13:46, Pedro Giffuni wrote: >> Hello; >> >> I have been noticing damjan's great advance in merging the gbuild stuff. >> > > It would be rather interesting to compare the buildworld timing. > > Is it faster to build with gbuild? Perhaps the

Re: Boost-related build warnings

2016-03-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 22 Mar, Kay Schenk wrote: > > On 03/21/2016 06:14 PM, Don Lewis wrote: >> When building OpenOffice with recent versions of clang, an extreme >> number of very verbose warnings are generated by the Boost headers, >> which basically doubles the size of the build log. >

Re: Boost-related build warnings

2016-03-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 24 Mar, Kay Schenk wrote: > > > On 03/24/2016 03:09 PM, Don Lewis wrote: >> On 22 Mar, Kay Schenk wrote: >>> >>> On 03/21/2016 06:14 PM, Don Lewis wrote: >>>> When building OpenOffice with recent versions of clang, an extreme >>>> n

Re: aoo 4.2 dev: .\bootstrap fails with failed (501 Protocol scheme 'https' is not supported (LWP::Protocol::https not installed))

2016-04-01 Thread Don Lewis
On 1 Apr, Oliver Brinzing wrote: > Hi, > > i try to build aoo 4.2 dev on win7, but i can not download the external > sources. > > any hints? > Oliver > > downloading 22 missing tar balls to C:/build_tmp/aoo_src/ext_sources > downloading to >

LWP::Protocol::https

2016-05-04 Thread Don Lewis
I realize we've implemented a workaround to get the buildbots back to a mostly functional state, but the requirement for LWP::Protocol::https is not documented either here: or here:

Re: Buildbots update

2016-07-22 Thread Don Lewis
On 22 Jul, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: > I've progressed much further, and openoffice-fbsd-nightly, > openoffice-linux32-nightly, openoffice-linux64-nightly, and > openoffice-linux64-rat are now building, while openoffice-linux32-snapshot > is only temporarily breaking due to SourceForge issues. I've

Re: disabling crash recovery

2016-07-27 Thread Don Lewis
On 27 Jul, Marcus wrote: > Am 07/27/2016 08:00 PM, schrieb Don Lewis: >> Is there any way of disabling the automagic crash recovery? I'm >> attempting to debug a crash and the crash recovery / restart seems to be >> confusing gdb. Just letting SIGSEGV take its natural cour

disabling crash recovery

2016-07-27 Thread Don Lewis
Is there any way of disabling the automagic crash recovery? I'm attempting to debug a crash and the crash recovery / restart seems to be confusing gdb. Just letting SIGSEGV take its natural course of action would be fine. - To

Re: FW: buildbot success in on aoo-win7

2016-07-27 Thread Don Lewis
On 27 Jul, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: > 2 successful aoo-win7 builds in a row, so I think it's safe to conclude it > works now :-). > > The build script still needs a bit of cleaning up, and we need to fix the > snapshot buildbots. But how? Can we just randomly merge patches to that > branch? The

Re: Officially releasing a patch for CVE-2016-1513

2016-07-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 24 Jul, Andrea Pescetti wrote: > While the severity of the security bug we disclosed > http://www.openoffice.org/security/cves/CVE-2016-1513.html is not > particularly high (it is classified as "Medium" with no known exploits > and anti-virus software can detect malicious documents), we

Re: updated curl patch

2016-07-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 24 Jul, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: > > >> -Original Message----- >> From: Don Lewis [mailto:truck...@apache.org] >> Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2016 14:51 >> To: dev@openoffice.apache.org; dennis.hamil...@acm.org >> Subject: Re: updated curl patch >&g

updated curl patch

2016-07-24 Thread Don Lewis
I've updated my curl patch here: I've build tested it on FreeBSD 10, 64-bit CentOS 7, 64-bit Ubuntu 12, and Windows 7. I've run tested it on CentOS and Windows by doing a File->Open and specifying a ftp:// URL. I did the same with the FreeBSD

Re: updated curl patch

2016-07-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 24 Jul, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: > > >> -Original Message----- >> From: Don Lewis [mailto:truck...@apache.org] >> Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2016 12:24 >> To: dev@openoffice.apache.org >> Subject: updated curl patch >> >> I've updated m

Re: Buildbots update

2016-07-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 24 Jul, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: > On Fri, Jul 22, 2016 at 9:39 PM, Don Lewis <truck...@apache.org> wrote: > >> On 22 Jul, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: >> > I've progressed much further, and openoffice-fbsd-nightly, >> > openoffice-linux32-nightly, openoffice-

Re: Officially releasing a patch for CVE-2016-1513

2016-07-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 24 Jul, Don Lewis wrote: > At a minimum, we should publish the hash values of buggy and fixed > versions of the library. That might not help someone who builds and > installs from source since the build not be completely repeatable. > For instance the library might contain

Re: Buildbots update

2016-07-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 24 Jul, Andrea Pescetti wrote: > On 22/07/2016 Don Lewis wrote: >> On 22 Jul, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: >>> I've progressed much further > > Thanks Damjan for the (as usual) great progress. > >>> Buildbots >>> should immediately fail the build i

Re: java downloader

2016-07-28 Thread Don Lewis
On 28 Jul, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: > Yes, that site's certificate is issued by Let's Encrypt, which is only > supported starting from Oracle Java 8u101 ( > http://stackoverflow.com/questions/34110426/does-java-support-lets-encrypt-certificates). > AFAIK, OpenJDK doesn't come with any certificates

Re: disabling crash recovery

2016-07-28 Thread Don Lewis
On 27 Jul, Marcus wrote: > Am 07/27/2016 08:00 PM, schrieb Don Lewis: >> Is there any way of disabling the automagic crash recovery? I'm >> attempting to debug a crash and the crash recovery / restart seems to be >> confusing gdb. Just letting SIGSEGV take its natural cour

Re: Download Junit and Hamcrest in ./bootstrap?

2016-08-11 Thread Don Lewis
On 11 Aug, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: > Hi > > If you've been checking the buildbots you'll see that all who don't use > --without-junit are currently broken in ./configure due to junit being too > old. This is unlikely to change, as the buildslaves are running Ubuntu > 10.04 which doesn't have

Re: Download Junit and Hamcrest in ./bootstrap?

2016-08-11 Thread Don Lewis
On 11 Aug, Kay sch...@apache.org wrote: > > On 08/11/2016 01:42 AM, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: >> Hi >> >> If you've been checking the buildbots you'll see that all who don't use >> --without-junit are currently broken in ./configure due to junit being too >> old. This is unlikely to change, as the

Re: [PACKAGING 4.1.2-patch1 Binaries] (was RE: [TESTING] Applying openoffice-4.1.2-patch1 for Windows)

2016-08-11 Thread Don Lewis
On 11 Aug, Kay sch...@apache.org wrote: > > > On 08/11/2016 12:50 PM, Kay sch...@apache.org wrote: >> >> >> On 08/09/2016 02:12 PM, Kay Schenk wrote: >>> [top posting] >>> I'm in the process of trying to "sync" instructions for Linux32, >>> Linux64, and MacOSX at the moment. As far as

Re: Download Junit and Hamcrest in ./bootstrap?

2016-08-11 Thread Don Lewis
On 11 Aug, Kay Schenk wrote: > > > On 08/11/2016 01:05 PM, Kay Schenk wrote: >> >> On 08/11/2016 09:53 AM, Don Lewis wrote: >>> On 11 Aug, Kay sch...@apache.org wrote: >>>> >>>> On 08/11/2016 01:42 AM, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: >>>>

Re: expat upgrade patch needs testing

2016-08-09 Thread Don Lewis
On 9 Aug, Kay Schenk wrote: > > On 08/08/2016 03:22 PM, Don Lewis wrote: >> On 8 Aug, Kay Schenk wrote: >>> >>> >>> On 08/07/2016 08:03 PM, Don Lewis wrote: >>>> On 5 Aug, To: dev@openoffice.apache.org wrote: >>>>> I ju

Re: [PACKAGING 4.1.2-patch1 Binaries] (was RE: [TESTING] Applying openoffice-4.1.2-patch1 for Windows)

2016-08-12 Thread Don Lewis
On 12 Aug, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: > > >> -Original Message----- >> From: Don Lewis [mailto:truck...@apache.org] >> Sent: Thursday, August 11, 2016 14:41 >> To: dev@openoffice.apache.org; ksch...@apache.org >> Subject: Re: [PACKAGING 4.1.2-patch1 Bina

Re: Officially releasing a patch for CVE-2016-1513

2016-08-12 Thread Don Lewis
On 12 Aug, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: > Don, > > Having worked through the 4.1.2-patch1 (CVE-2016-1513 remediation) for > Windows, I learned a few more things about what can be done. > > >> -Original Message- >> From: Dennis E. Hamilton [mailto:dennis.hamil...@acm.org] >> Sent: Sunday,

openoffice-linux64-nightly

2016-07-18 Thread Don Lewis
I'm not openoffice-linux64-nightly fail in bootstrap due to LWP::Protocol::https being missing. I think it was before. There is a MD5 checksum mismatch in commons-lang3-3.3-src.tar.gz. The openssl download fails, but the error is "500 Can't connect to www.openssl.org:443", so it looks like the

expat upgrade patch needs testing

2016-08-05 Thread Don Lewis
I just submitted a patch to upgrade the bundled expat to version 2.2.0: I've done some testing on FreeBSD and Windows. Unfortunately I can't test Linux at the moment. After a Virtualbox upgrade, both of my Linux VMs panic the host system when I

Re: expat upgrade patch needs testing

2016-08-08 Thread Don Lewis
On 8 Aug, Kay Schenk wrote: > > > On 08/07/2016 08:03 PM, Don Lewis wrote: >> On 5 Aug, To: dev@openoffice.apache.org wrote: >>> I just submitted a patch to upgrade the bundled expat to version 2.2.0: >>> <https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=12

Re: expat upgrade patch needs testing

2016-08-07 Thread Don Lewis
On 5 Aug, To: dev@openoffice.apache.org wrote: > I just submitted a patch to upgrade the bundled expat to version 2.2.0: > > > I've done some testing on FreeBSD and Windows. Unfortunately I can't > test Linux at the moment. After a Virtualbox

java downloader

2016-07-28 Thread Don Lewis
The java downloader chokes on http://curl.haxx.se, which is the location of the curl source. This site does a redirect from http to https. We currently aren't seeing the problem because we have curl-7.19.7.tar.gz checked into svn under ext_sources, but it will be a problem once I upgrade the

Re: AOO now builds with Clang on Linux

2017-02-07 Thread Don Lewis
On 7 Feb, Pedro Giffuni wrote: > Hi Damjan; > > Looking at the log I was wondering what exactly clang 1.8 was and > I took the liberty of fixing the mismatch ;). > > FWIW, AOO should now work fine with clang 3.9.1. Clang 4 reveals > allocation issues. Clang 4 on x86_64 uses a MOVAPS SSE

Re: Windows PCH + debug regression in r1758061 and r1758092

2017-01-30 Thread Don Lewis
On 30 Jan, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: > Hi Don / others > > As of r1758061 and/or 1758092, the 27/28 August 2016 patches that fixed a > major performance regression on Windows with precompiled headers [thank you > so much for that by the way :-)], building with debugging enabled broke. > > In all

Re: AOO debugging revamp

2017-01-25 Thread Don Lewis
On 25 Jan, Damjan Jovanovic wrote: > Hi > > For a while I've noticed how gbuild modules don't have debug symbols unless > built with the maximum debug level ("./configure --enable-debug" globally > or "build debug=true" per module) which also produces oceans of log > messages we usually don't

Re: upgrading bundled openssl

2016-08-19 Thread Don Lewis
On 15 Aug, Marcus wrote: > Am 08/15/2016 10:16 PM, schrieb Don Lewis: >> I started working on upgrading the bundled version of openssl to 1.0.2h. >> So far I've discovered that building in on Windows requires nasm. That >> will need to be documented in the build requirem

Re: upgrading bundled openssl

2016-08-21 Thread Don Lewis
On 21 Aug, Andrea Pescetti wrote: > On 19/08/2016 Don Lewis wrote: >> The upcoming serf upgrade also has a new dependency issue. It has >> changed to using scons as its build system, which has its own >> dependencies, python and m4. I haven't yet decided what to do about >

Re: upgrading bundled openssl

2016-08-15 Thread Don Lewis
On 15 Aug, Pedro Giffuni wrote: > Hi Don; > > Thanks for working on this! > > Two crazy ideas here: > > 1) Perhaps bundling libressl instead of openssl make sense? I thought about that, but it seemed like a bigger step. Also I don't think curl is compatible. When I tried building a set of

Re: configure error

2016-08-19 Thread Don Lewis
On 19 Aug, Patricia Shanahan wrote: > > > On 8/19/2016 12:51 PM, Don Lewis wrote: >> On 19 Aug, Patricia Shanahan wrote: >>> I did an "svn upda

Re: configure error

2016-08-19 Thread Don Lewis
On 19 Aug, Patricia Shanahan wrote: > I did an "svn update". Now configure is failing: > > > * * > * Setting up the build environment variables.

Re: svn commit: r1756954 [1/2] - in /openoffice/trunk/main: ./ openssl/

2016-08-19 Thread Don Lewis
On 19 Aug, To: dev@openoffice.apache.org wrote: > On 19 Aug, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: >> Great commit messages! >> >>> -Original Message- >>> From: truck...@apache.org [mailto:truck...@apache.org] >>> Sent: Friday, August 19, 2016 11:28 >>> To: comm...@openoffice.apache.org >>> Subject:

Re: svn commit: r1756954 [1/2] - in /openoffice/trunk/main: ./ openssl/

2016-08-19 Thread Don Lewis
On 19 Aug, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote: > Great commit messages! > >> -Original Message- >> From: truck...@apache.org [mailto:truck...@apache.org] >> Sent: Friday, August 19, 2016 11:28 >> To: comm...@openoffice.apache.org >> Subject: svn commit: r1756954 [1/2] - in /openoffice/trunk/main:

Re: [DISCUSS] Release 4.2: General Topics

2016-08-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 24 Aug, Kay Schenk wrote: > > > On 08/24/2016 11:56 AM, Don Lewis wrote: >> On 24 Aug, Pedro Giffuni wrote: >>> >>> >>> On 08/24/16 10:34, Pedro Giffuni wrote: >>>> Hello; >>>> >>> ... >>> >>>>

Re: [DISCUSS] Release 4.2: General Topics

2016-08-24 Thread Don Lewis
Add another libxml2 update to the list. There is a new batch of CVEs. - To unsubscribe, e-mail: dev-unsubscr...@openoffice.apache.org For additional commands, e-mail: dev-h...@openoffice.apache.org

Re: [DISCUSS] Release 4.2: General Topics

2016-08-24 Thread Don Lewis
On 24 Aug, Pedro Giffuni wrote: > Hi Don; > >> On 24 Aug, Pedro Giffuni wrote: >>> >>> >>> On 08/24/16 10:34, Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hello; >>> ... >>> > * [low priority] Updated bundled CoinMP. There has been an API > change, which prevents the FreeBSD port from using

Re: Help needed: Build error in bean and vcl

2016-09-05 Thread Don Lewis
On 5 Sep, Marcus wrote: > Am 09/05/2016 05:39 AM, schrieb Don Lewis: >> On 4 Sep, Don Lewis wrote: >>> On 4 Sep, Marcus wrote: >>>> Thanks a lot. "libXt-devel" was indeed not installed. >>>> >>>> But now it's breaking in svx:

Re: Help needed: Build error in bean and vcl

2016-09-05 Thread Don Lewis
On 5 Sep, Marcus wrote: > Am 09/05/2016 10:39 PM, schrieb Don Lewis: >> On 5 Sep, Marcus wrote: >>> Am 09/05/2016 09:33 PM, schrieb Don Lewis: >>>> On 5 Sep, Marcus wrote: >>>>> Am 09/05/2016 05:39 AM, schrieb Don Lewis: >>>>>&

Re: Help needed: Build error in bean and vcl

2016-09-05 Thread Don Lewis
On 5 Sep, Marcus wrote: > Am 09/05/2016 09:33 PM, schrieb Don Lewis: >> On 5 Sep, Marcus wrote: >>> Am 09/05/2016 05:39 AM, schrieb Don Lewis: >>>> On 4 Sep, Don Lewis wrote: >>>>> On 4 Sep, Marcus wrote: >>>>>> Thanks a lot. &qu

Re: Help needed: Build error in bean and vcl

2016-09-05 Thread Don Lewis
On 6 Sep, Marcus wrote: > Am 09/05/2016 11:00 PM, schrieb Don Lewis: >> On 5 Sep, Marcus wrote: >>> Am 09/05/2016 10:39 PM, schrieb Don Lewis: >>>> On 5 Sep, Marcus wrote: >>>>> Am 09/05/2016 09:33 PM, schrieb Don Lewis: >>>>>> O

Re: compiler warnings when building OpenOffice

2016-09-06 Thread Don Lewis
On 1 Sep, Don Lewis wrote: > 493 -Wunused-private-field > 391 -Wunused-parameter > 366 -Wunused-const-variable > 314 -Woverloaded-virtual > 181 -Wunused-variable > 109 -Wlogical-op-parentheses > 93 -Wsign-compare > 77 -Wdelete-non-virtual-dtor > 72 -Wint-

Re: apt-cyg

2016-09-06 Thread Don Lewis
On 6 Sep, Patricia Shanahan wrote: > apt-cyg is a bash script that provides, within cygwin, similar > capabilities to the Linux apt-get. > > The Windows step-by-step recommends using it to add some packages. > > One of our new volunteers has found that wget >

Re: compiler warnings when building OpenOffice

2016-09-01 Thread Don Lewis
On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote: > When building OpenOffice trunk revsion r1758161 as a FreeBSD port on > FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT with clang 3.8.0, I get the following warnings. > I'm mostly interested in the OpenOffice code and not the bundled > external code, so I specifically built the

Re: compiler warnings when building OpenOffice

2016-09-01 Thread Don Lewis
On 1 Sep, Patricia Shanahan wrote: > I need a problem to work on. Would you like me to take a particular > compiler warning and try to sort it out? Here is one: /wrkdirs/usr/ports/editors/openoffice-devel2/work/aoo-4.2.0/main/solver/420/unxfbsdx.pro/inc/osl/diagnose.hxx:65:25: warning:

Re: compiler warnings when building OpenOffice

2016-09-01 Thread Don Lewis
On 1 Sep, To: Don Lewis wrote: > One of the -Wunused-parameter warnings led me to this questionable bit > of code in filter/source/xsltfilter/containerhelper.hxx: > > template > inline void forEachMem(FuncType pFunc, ParamType aParam) const > { >

Re: Help needed: Build error in bean and vcl

2016-09-04 Thread Don Lewis
On 4 Sep, Don Lewis wrote: > On 4 Sep, Marcus wrote: >> Thanks a lot. "libXt-devel" was indeed not installed. >> >> But now it's breaking in svx: >> >> [...] >> >> = >> Building module svx >> = >&g

Re: Help needed: Build error in bean and vcl

2016-09-04 Thread Don Lewis
On 4 Sep, Marcus wrote: > Thanks a lot. "libXt-devel" was indeed not installed. > > But now it's breaking in svx: > > [...] > > = > Building module svx > = > > Entering /share/linux2/aoo/trunk/main/svx/prj > > cd .. && make -s -r -j1 && make -s -r deliverlog > [

Re: compiler warnings when building OpenOffice

2016-08-30 Thread Don Lewis
On 30 Aug, Kay Schenk wrote: > > > On 08/29/2016 04:14 PM, Don Lewis wrote: >> When building OpenOffice trunk revsion r1758161 as a FreeBSD port on >> FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT with clang 3.8.0, I get the following warnings. >> I'm mostly interested in the OpenOffi

compiler warnings when building OpenOffice

2016-08-29 Thread Don Lewis
When building OpenOffice trunk revsion r1758161 as a FreeBSD port on FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT with clang 3.8.0, I get the following warnings. I'm mostly interested in the OpenOffice code and not the bundled external code, so I specifically built the FreeBSD port it uses --with-system-foo extensively

Re: compiler warnings when building OpenOffice

2016-08-30 Thread Don Lewis
On 30 Aug, Don Lewis wrote: > On 30 Aug, Kay Schenk wrote: >> >> >> On 08/29/2016 04:14 PM, Don Lewis wrote: >>> A couple -Wtautological-undefined-compare warnings: >>> >>> warning: reference cannot be bound to dereferenced null pointer in >

Re: compiler warnings when building OpenOffice

2016-08-29 Thread Don Lewis
On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote: > When building OpenOffice trunk revsion r1758161 as a FreeBSD port on > FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT with clang 3.8.0, I get the following warnings. > I'm mostly interested in the OpenOffice code and not the bundled > external code, so I specifically built the

Re: dmake

2016-08-30 Thread Don Lewis
On 29 Aug, Gav wrote: > On Sun, Aug 28, 2016 at 4:42 PM, Don Lewis <truck...@apache.org> wrote: > >> On 27 Aug, Pedro Giffuni wrote: >> >> On 28 Aug, Gav wrote: >> >>> when did you try that last Don? >> >>> >> >>> Tha

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