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Re: [Bacula-devel] [Bacula-users] Bacula BETA 2.4.1-b1 released to Source Forge


On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 12:10 PM, Kern Sibbald <kern@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Yes, you have been screwed by the GNU g++ enforcement police, which IMO is in
> the process of destroying the C++ language -- at the minimum they are making
> it so that millions of lines of code need to be needlessly changed.
> I believe we are in for a lot of these kind of problems in the future.
>
I see thanks for the explanation.
>
> You are probably running on a newer g++.   If you are on something newer than
> g++ 4.2.3 I suggest you revert to an older version of the compiler or hope
> that there is a newer version of python that has a more "correct" prototype
> that corresponds to the rigid standards of g++.
>
It was version 4.2.4.
>
> In desperation, you can remove the "const" from "const char *fmt" on line 75
> of src/filed/pythonfd.c.   However, you will probably need to make the same
> change for the director, storage daemon, and the library versions of
> pythonxx.c as well.
>
Thanks,
John

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