[zeromq-dev] cannot build last libzmq from Git

Richard_Newton at waters.com Richard_Newton at waters.com
Wed Sep 11 15:46:46 CEST 2013


Did you re-run autogen.sh?  I made some changes so you need to re-run that I think.

Ric.



From:	"Laurent Alebarde" <l.alebarde at free.fr>
To:	"ZeroMQ development list" <zeromq-dev at lists.zeromq.org>,
Date:	11/09/2013 02:44 PM
Subject:	[zeromq-dev] cannot build last libzmq from Git
Sent by:	zeromq-dev-bounces at lists.zeromq.org



Thanks Pieter. I am watching it now. It is up to me to appology, I should have thought about it ;-) .

Now, I have a problem with building the last libzmq :

make[1]: *** No rule to make target `test_ctx_destroy.c', needed by `test_ctx_destroy.o'.  Stop.
make[1]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/opt/libzmq/tests'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1


Le 11/09/2013 15:15, Pieter Hintjens a écrit :
      Update libzmq master, there's a change there which is significant. It
      was authenticating NULL-security sockets all the time, which caused
      problems. The latest master only authenticates NULL-security sockets
      if you also set a domain on the socket. So what you're seeing in the
      libcurve test is a request for a NULL authentication. The code asserts
      because that is impossible when things are working properly.

      Sorry for the confusion. Building from GitHub is always a little
      nasty. As a general rule for in-development work like libcurve, you
      want to track dependent projects like libzmq and CZMQ and grab them
      whenever they change.

      As soon as we can release libzmq/4.0, I'll add that version check to
      libcurve so it's clear.


      On Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 2:51 PM,  <l.alebarde at free.fr> wrote:

            Hi,

            The last merge builds, but curve_selftest fails for me :

             * curve_keypair: OK
             * curve_keystore: OK
            curve_selftest: curve_codec.c:1031: zap_authenticator: Assertion
            `(!__extension__ ({ size_t __s1_len, __s2_len; (__builtin_constant_p
            ((mechanism)) && __builtin_constant_p (("CURVE")) && (__s1_len = strlen
            ((mechanism)), __s2_len = strlen (("CURVE")), (!((size_t)(const void
            *)(((mechanism)) + 1) - (size_t)(const void *)((mechanism)) == 1) || __s1_len >=
            4) && (!((size_t)(const void *)((("CURVE")) + 1) - (size_t)(const void
            *)(("CURVE")) == 1) || __s2_len >= 4)) ? __builtin_strcmp ((mechanism),
            ("CURVE")) : (__builtin_constant_p ((mechanism)) && ((size_t)(const void
            *)(((mechanism)) + 1) - (size_t)(const void *)((mechanism)) == 1) && (__s1_len =
            strlen ((mechanism)), __s1_len < 4) ? (__builtin_constant_p (("CURVE")) &&
            ((size_t)(const void *)((("CURVE")) + 1) - (size_t)(const void *)(("CURVE")) ==
            1) ? __builtin_strcmp ((mechanism), ("CURVE")) : (__extension__ ({ __const
            unsigned char *__s2 = (__const unsigned char *) (__const char *) (("CURVE"));
            register int __result = (((__const unsigned char *) (__const char *)
            ((mechanism)))[0] - __s2[0]); if (__s1_len > 0 && __result == 0) { __result =
            (((__const unsigned char *) (__const char *) ((mechanism)))[1] - __s2[1]); if
            (__s1_len > 1 && __result == 0) { __result = (((__const unsigned char *)
            (__const char *) ((mechanism)))[2] - __s2[2]); if (__s1_len > 2 && __result ==
            0) __result = (((__const unsigned char *) (__const char *) ((mechanism)))[3] -
            __s2[3]); } } __result; }))) : (__builtin_constant_p (("CURVE")) &&
            ((size_t)(const void *)((("CURVE")) + 1) - (size_t)(const void *)(("CURVE")) ==
            1) && (__s2_len = strlen (("CURVE")), __s2_len < 4) ? (__builtin_constant_p
            ((mechanism)) && ((size_t)(const void *)(((mechanism)) + 1) - (size_t)(const
            void *)((mechanism)) == 1) ? __builtin_strcmp ((mechanism), ("CURVE")) :
            (__extension__ ({ __const unsigned char *__s1 = (__const unsigned char *)
            (__const char *) ((mechanism)); register int __result = __s1[0] - ((__const
            unsigned char *) (__const char *) (("CURVE")))[0]; if (__s2_len > 0 && __result
            == 0) { __result = (__s1[1] - ((__const unsigned char *) (__const char *)
            (("CURVE")))[1]); if (__s2_len > 1 && __result == 0) { __result = (__s1[2] -
            ((__const unsigned char *) (__const char *) (("CURVE")))[2]); if (__s2_len > 2
            && __result == 0) __result = (__s1[3] - ((__const unsigned char *) (__const char
            *) (("CURVE")))[3]); } } __result; }))) : __builtin_strcmp ((mechanism),
            ("CURVE"))))); }))' failed.
             * curve_codec: /bin/sh: line 5: 30264 Aborted                 ${dir}$tst
            FAIL: curve_selftest

            Any idea please ?
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