dev-java/antlr doesn't compile with gcc-4.3.0
in lib/cpp/antlr/CharScanner.hpp at line 21
For gcc-porting we generally like to keep the bug assigned to the package maintainer and keep tabs on them through the relevant gcc tracker bug. For 4.3 that is bug #198121 (or just put "gcc-4.3" the blocker field). It's not uncommon for us to have 50-100 bugs on a tracker and if we're assigned or cc'd on all of them we get absolutely buried in mail.
I know selecting the gcc-porting component automatically fills in us as the assignee right now. We should probably get that changed.
milan, thanks for the report. If you could also include the error message in the future it would be appreciated. I know for simple little stuff like this it seems obvious but it really helps when searching bugzilla for a specific error.
We also like to check if upstream is aware of the error and get in touch with them if they aren't.
Created attachment 146597 [details, diff]
gcc 4.3.0 includes patch
Created attachment 146601 [details, diff]
the patched -r1 ebuild
*** Bug 215974 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
(In reply to comment #2)
> Created an attachment (id=146597) 
> gcc 4.3.0 includes patch
This is still failing for me. 2.7.7-gcc-4.3.patch is there, and I have the latest revision of antlr-2.7.7.ebuild (which is 1.11 according to sources.gentoo.org), but the patch is not being applied.
OK, I could be wrong, but I think it's running src_unpack from distutils.eclass and not from base.eclass. If I edit antlr-2.7.7.ebuild and move base to the end of the inherit line, it applies the patch and works (for me).
(In reply to comment #6)
> This is still failing for me. 2.7.7-gcc-4.3.patch is there, and I have the
> latest revision of antlr-2.7.7.ebuild (which is 1.11 according to
> sources.gentoo.org), but the patch is not being applied.
should be now