build fails: -DSSRF_CUSTOM_SERIAL / dc_serial_t
dirk at hohndel.org
Tue Jul 14 06:54:40 PDT 2015
On Tue, Jul 14, 2015 at 01:02:42PM +0300, Lubomir I. Ivanov wrote:
> i'm building libdc from the latest:
which branch? master or Subsurface-testing or something else?
> i've noticed that -DSSRF_CUSTOM_SERIAL is need so that:
> rc = hw_ostc_parser_create (&parser, data->context, data->deviceid, 0);
> works in libdc_buffer_parser() (libdivecomputer.c) with the extra argument.
This gets defined in version.h in libdivecomputer when you have the latest
Subsurface-testing branch. But one thing that I have noticed is that this
file doesn't always get reliably recreated by the libdivecomputer build
system. So if you are on the latest Subsurface-testing branch and you
don't get that define, please remove the version.h from your build
directory and try again.
> i understand that this adds some sort of custom serial support, but
> why don't we have this in the cmake options?
Because we get it from libdivecomputer.
> adding the definition manually solves the above issue, but now i get a:
> libdivecomputer.h:58:38: error: 'dc_serial_t' was not declared in this scope
Which makes me think that you are on the wrong branch in libdc
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