[pkg-xtuple-maintainers] Bug#811865: Bug#811865: postbooks: FTBFS with GCC 6: no matching function for call to
daniel at pocock.pro
Thu Jan 21 12:45:49 UTC 2016
On 20/01/16 18:14, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> * Daniel Pocock <daniel at pocock.pro> [2016-01-20 08:31]:
>>> Note that only the first error is reported; there might be more. You
>>> can find a snapshot of GCC 6 in experimental. To build with GCC 6,
>>> you can set CC=gcc-6 CXX=g++-6 explicitly.
>> Is it possible to submit reports like this with the output from "make -i
>> -k" so that we can see all the errors? This would make it easier for
>> people to see the size of the task when triaging the bug.
> I'm not sure this is easily possible. I need to think about it.
> OTOH, one hope of these bug reports is that maintainers will create a
> GCC 6 chroot and test future uploads, so -k wouldn't help with that.
Some maintainers are probably not fixing issues like this themselves,
they are just forwarding the email or BTS link to upstream. If the
upstream developer has to set up a chroot then that might slow their
response but if we had a way to show them the total size of the problem
(is it just 1 error or are there 500 errors) then they might respond
more quickly (if it is really just one error) or we might have a better
way of understanding that the move to GCC 6 needs to slow down (if many
packages have hundreds of errors).
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