[cairo] Assembler problems on FreeBSD?
vinnyjojo at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 3 12:52:07 PDT 2005
Yeah, that did it. Thanks for the pointer. I have two more notes for y'all:
In .../test, it looks like the configure script included -lpthread instead of
an ldflag -pthread. I swapped them by hand in the Makefile and it compiled.
Second, it looks like two of the tests failed when I ran make check. There're
a few open bugs that refer to these tests, so I assume you know about them
already. The tests were:
Are these anything I worry about as an end user? And if there's anything I can
pull from the build to help debug this, let me know.
--- Stéphane LOEUILLET <leroutier at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm trying to get Cairo 1.0.0 going on my FreeBSD 4.10 (stable) machine,
> > I'm running into problems. The big one is this:
> > /var/tmp//cc2rxalb.s: Assembler messages:
> > /var/tmp//cc2rxalb.s:8610: Error: symbol `skip' is already defined
> > /var/tmp//cc2rxalb.s:8704: Error: symbol `skip2' is already defined
> afaik, it has been fixed post 1.0.0 (in CVS) :
> 2005-08-28 Owen Taylor <otaylor at redhat.com>
> * src/fbmmx.c (detectCPUFeatures): Use local labels rather than
> global labels in the assembly, to be robust if the code is inlined
> in multiple places. (#4283, Reported by Marco Manfredini)
> (from cairo/pixman/ChangeLog file)
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