On Sun, 2012-02-05 at 15:33 +0530, Rohan Garg wrote:
I tried to build SyncEvolution master on the current development
version of Ubuntu and met with some compile errors as follows :
In file included from /usr/include/bluetooth/sdp.h:35:0,
/usr/include/bluetooth/bluetooth.h: In function 'uint64_t bt_get_le64(void*)':
/usr/include/bluetooth/bluetooth.h:131:9: error: invalid conversion
from 'void*' to 'bt_get_le64(void*)::<anonymous struct>*'
This is a known bug in the new bluez header files:
Any pointers on how to fix the build would be appreciated since
not quite familiar with SyncEvolution internals.
There's no workaround in SyncEvolution. My hope still is that distros
will patch the Bluez header files.
If that hope turns out to be futile, then the easiest workaround might
be to copy the bluetooth.h header file at compile time before using it
and patching it locally - certainly not nice.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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