On 2008-06-14 18:23:07 +0100, Neil Williams wrote:

Hello,

> *** ../emdebian-tail.log
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field
> .../../keyserver/gpgkeys_curl.c:304: error: ?typeof? applied to a bit-field


I've run into the same problem while merging gnupg for Ubuntu intrepid.
This is a problem how gnupg passes its arguments to libcurl. It was
already discussed on the gnupg-devel mailing list[0] and contains also a
patch for it[1].

Regards,
Michael

0: http://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnu...il/024334.html
1: http://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnu...il/024344.html



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