/usr/bin/ccache distcc /cygwin/bin/i686-pc-cygwin-g++ -c -gstabs+ -O2 -MMD -fmerge-constants -ftracer ... errno.cc
/cygnus/src/uberbaum/winsup/cygwin/errno.cc:74: error: `ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES' was not declared in this scope
distcc ERROR: compile /cygnus/src/uberbaum/winsup/cygwin/errno.cc on localhost failed
make: *** [errno.o] Error 1
make: *** [/cygnus/build/win32/i686-pc-cygwin/winsup/cygwin/cygwin0.dll] Error 2
I just downloaded MSDEV C++ and the Platform SDK and I don't see an
ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES in either of them although I do see this
referenced in MSDN in some places. I didn't see a numeric value for
this constant in MSDN, though. I didn't check every single reference,
So, maybe I'm missing something but I'm afraid that I'll have to say
thanks-but-no-thanks for the patch. I can't accept it if it doesn't
compile. It would be a no-brainer if there was a value associated with
On Sat, 5 Nov 2005, Christopher Faylor wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 05, 2005 at 10:41:35AM -0600, Brian Ford wrote:
> > * errno.cc (errmap): Handle INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES.
> I don't see an ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES
Um..., nevermind. Mea culpa. Sorry to waste your time.
That corresponds to 1450 NO_SYSTEM_RESOURCES which is already present.
Tar must have gotten a different error (which I've seen before, but have
now forgotten :-().
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