backward/forward binary compatibility checker
susanin at ispras.ru
Wed Jul 29 14:18:46 BST 2009
In the library descriptor you must specify paths to shared objects, not
to symbolic links.
The tool checks only interfaces that have been found in the specified
shared objects. In your example any shared objects have not been found
and therefore you got empty reports. In the next version (beta4) we will
add ability to specify symbolic links along with paths to shared objects.
Thiago Macieira wrote:
> Em Quarta-feira 29 Julho 2009, às 09:31:36, Thiago Macieira escreveu:
>> Andrey Ponomarenko wrote:
>>> Colleagues, I'm a lead developer from Institute for System
>> I've now got the tool to run. I'll let you know what the results are.
> After running for a 10 minutes, the tool reported:
> cheched headers: 18/18 (100%) )
> warning: compilation errors in following headers:
> QtCore QtOpenGL QtXml QtNetwork QtXmlPatterns QtAssistant QtHelp QtWebKit
> QtTest QtDBus QtScript QtSql QtGui QtScriptTools QtUiTools QtDesigner QtSvg
> (I think you meant "checked headers", please run a spell checker in your
> So 18 out of 18 headers failed to compile. Here's why:
> $ head -n3 header_compile_errors/Qt/errors_v1
> cc_tmp/Qt1.h:1:46: error: /* This section is not necessary */: Arquivo ou
> diretório não encontrado
> cc_tmp/Qt1.h:2:85: error: /* For example, it is a tree.h for libxml2 and
> ft2build.h for freetype2 */: Arquivo ou diretório não encontrado
> cc_tmp/Qt1.h:3:67: error: /* This section is useless when -fast option
> selected */: Arquivo ou diretório não encontrado
> So apparently I cannot leave the comments in the sections of the descriptor
> file. Since the descriptor example the tool generates leaves them, it's
> misleading. Please fix that.
> And why didn't it bail out after the first one failed to compile? I didn't have
> to wait 10 minutes to find out that the process would fail.
> Also, the tool could say that the results are in the subdirectory.
> After fixing all those errors, the tool ran for 12 minutes and generated the
> empty report attached. I've also attached the two descriptor files.
> What did I do wrong? I doubt that it needed 12 minutes to generate a listing
> of files I had given it as input.
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