Bug#925734: marked as done (libbpp-qt: ftbfs with GCC-9)
Your message dated Wed, 21 Aug 2019 07:19:17 +0000
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and subject line Bug#925734: fixed in libbpp-qt 2.4.1-2
has caused the Debian Bug report #925734,
regarding libbpp-qt: ftbfs with GCC-9
to be marked as done.
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The package fails to build in a test rebuild on at least amd64 with
gcc-9/g++-9, but succeeds to build with gcc-8/g++-8. The
severity of this report will be raised before the bullseye release,
so nothing has to be done for the buster release.
To build with GCC 9, either set CC=gcc-9 CXX=g++-9 explicitly,
or install the gcc, g++, gfortran, ... packages from experimental.
apt-get -t=experimental install g++
Common build failures are new warnings resulting in build failures with
-Werror turned on, or new/dropped symbols in Debian symbols files.
For other C/C++ related build failures see the porting guide at
GCC 9 also passes the linker option --as-needed by default; typical
build issues are passing libraries before object files to the linker,
or underlinking of convenience libraries built from the same source.