Opened 12 years ago

Closed 12 years ago

#10523 closed defect (fixed)

Compile problem with gcc-4.7 on i686 => Fixed in SVN

Reported by: Marius Cirsta Owned by:
Component: other Version: VirtualBox 4.1.14
Keywords: compile fail Cc:
Guest type: all Host type: Linux


I'm having the following problem when compiling Vbox on Linux i686:

/var/tmp/fst/src/VirtualBox-4.1.14/src/VBox/Runtime/generic/critsect-generic.cpp: In function 'int RTCritSectEnterMultipleDebug(size_t, RTCRITSECT, RTUINTPTR, const char*, unsigned int, const char*)': /var/tmp/fst/src/VirtualBox-4.1.14/src/VBox/Runtime/generic/critsect-generic.cpp:459:73: error: narrowing conversion of 'uId' from 'RTUINTPTR {aka long long unsigned int}' to 'volatile RTHCUINTPTR {aka volatile unsigned int}' inside { } is ill-formed in C++11 [-Werror=narrowing] cc1plus: all warnings being treated as errors

Vbox was being compiled with these options:

./configure --disable-docs --nofatal --disable-pulse

Everything compile fine on AMD64.

Change History (3)

comment:1 by Frank Mehnert, 12 years ago

Thanks for the report. Actually the error is only triggered when using gcc-4.7. The following fix (which will be included in the next maintenance release) fixes the problem:

--- src/VBox/Runtime/generic/critsect-generic.cpp       (revision 77803)
+++ src/VBox/Runtime/generic/critsect-generic.cpp       (revision 77804)
@@ -454,7 +454,7 @@
-RTDECL(int) RTCritSectEnterMultipleDebug(size_t cCritSects, PRTCRITSECT *papCritSects, RTUINTPTR uId, RT_SRC_POS_DECL)
+RTDECL(int) RTCritSectEnterMultipleDebug(size_t cCritSects, PRTCRITSECT *papCritSects, RTHCUINTPTR uId, RT_SRC_POS_DECL)
     return rtCritSectEnterMultiple(cCritSects, papCritSects, &SrcPos);

comment:2 by Frank Mehnert, 12 years ago

Summary: compile problem on i686Compile problem with gcc-4.7 on i686 => Fixed in SVN

comment:3 by Frank Mehnert, 12 years ago

Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed

Fix is part of VirtualBox 4.1.16.

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