Error compiling package in more recent ATS builds


#1

Hi,

When trying to build a package https://github.com/bbarker/FALCON using
more recent versions of ATS includes, I get the following error:

$ make PATSCC=gcc MYCCRULE=PORTABLE -f …/Makefile
gcc -I"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6" -I
"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6"/ccomp/runtime -I
"/usr/local/lib/ats2-postiats"/contrib -D_GNU_SOURCE -O2 -c falcon_sats.c
falcon_sats.c: In function ‘
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynload
’:
falcon_sats.c:118:1: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘ATSdynload1’
[-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
ATSdynload1(
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: error: ‘
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
’ undeclared (first use in this function)
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only once
for each function it appears in
make: *** [atsmake-post.mk:68: falcon_sats.o] Error 1

I verified this happens on Linux as well; if we go back to ATS2 v0.0.7 it
seems to work, for instance. Did something happen with regard to
ATSdynload1?


#2

It was probably generated by a version of ATS earlier than ATS2-0.1.6.
If you want to use the header files provided by ATS2-0.1.6, please use
patsopt-0.1.6 to re-generate falcon_sats.c.

I have kept FALCON as a test case:

https://github.com/githwxi/ATS-Postiats-contrib/tree/master/projects/MEDIUM/FALCON

So the FALCON package should compile without problems.On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 11:24:46 PM UTC-4, Brandon Barker wrote:

It should be a version (likely checked out directly from github) just
prior to April 2014.
On Jun 30, 2016 11:05 PM, “gmhwxi” <…hwxi…> wrote:

Interesting. Which version of ATS compiler was used to generate
falcon_sats.c?

On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 10:01:59 PM UTC-4, Brandon Barker wrote:

Hi,

When trying to build a package https://github.com/bbarker/FALCON
using more recent versions of ATS includes, I get the following error:

$ make PATSCC=gcc MYCCRULE=PORTABLE -f …/Makefile
gcc -I"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6" -I
"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6"/ccomp/runtime -I
"/usr/local/lib/ats2-postiats"/contrib -D_GNU_SOURCE -O2 -c falcon_sats.
c
falcon_sats.c: In function ‘
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynload
’:
falcon_sats.c:118:1: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘
ATSdynload1’ [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
ATSdynload1(
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: error: ‘
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
’ undeclared (first use in this function)

_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only
once for each function it appears in
make: *** [atsmake-post.mk:68: falcon_sats.o] Error 1

I verified this happens on Linux as well; if we go back to ATS2 v0.0.7
it seems to work, for instance. Did something happen with regard to
ATSdynload1?


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#3

By the way, I want to state that the C-header files included in
the distribution of ATS are changed very infrequently. So it is
likely that mismatch between the version of the C-header files and
the version of patsopt being used does not cause any compilation
problems. It is just that this particular case is a bit special…On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 11:48:13 PM UTC-4, gmhwxi wrote:

It was probably generated by a version of ATS earlier than ATS2-0.1.6.
If you want to use the header files provided by ATS2-0.1.6, please use
patsopt-0.1.6 to re-generate falcon_sats.c.

I have kept FALCON as a test case:

https://github.com/githwxi/ATS-Postiats-contrib/tree/master/projects/MEDIUM/FALCON

So the FALCON package should compile without problems.

On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 11:24:46 PM UTC-4, Brandon Barker wrote:

It should be a version (likely checked out directly from github) just
prior to April 2014.
On Jun 30, 2016 11:05 PM, “gmhwxi” <…hwxi…> wrote:

Interesting. Which version of ATS compiler was used to generate
falcon_sats.c?

On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 10:01:59 PM UTC-4, Brandon Barker wrote:

Hi,

When trying to build a package https://github.com/bbarker/FALCON
using more recent versions of ATS includes, I get the following error:

$ make PATSCC=gcc MYCCRULE=PORTABLE -f …/Makefile
gcc -I"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6" -I
"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6"/ccomp/runtime -I
"/usr/local/lib/ats2-postiats"/contrib -D_GNU_SOURCE -O2 -c falcon_sats
.c
falcon_sats.c: In function ‘
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynload
’:
falcon_sats.c:118:1: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘
ATSdynload1’ [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
ATSdynload1(
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: error: ‘
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
’ undeclared (first use in this function)

_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only
once for each function it appears in
make: *** [atsmake-post.mk:68: falcon_sats.o] Error 1

I verified this happens on Linux as well; if we go back to ATS2 v0.0.7
it seems to work, for instance. Did something happen with regard to
ATSdynload1?


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#4

It should be a version (likely checked out directly from github) just prior
to April 2014.On Jun 30, 2016 11:05 PM, “gmhwxi” gmh...@gmail.com wrote:

Interesting. Which version of ATS compiler was used to generate
falcon_sats.c?

On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 10:01:59 PM UTC-4, Brandon Barker wrote:

Hi,

When trying to build a package https://github.com/bbarker/FALCON using
more recent versions of ATS includes, I get the following error:

$ make PATSCC=gcc MYCCRULE=PORTABLE -f …/Makefile
gcc -I"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6" -I
"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6"/ccomp/runtime -I
"/usr/local/lib/ats2-postiats"/contrib -D_GNU_SOURCE -O2 -c falcon_sats.c
falcon_sats.c: In function ‘
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynload
’:
falcon_sats.c:118:1: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘
ATSdynload1’ [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
ATSdynload1(
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: error: ‘
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
’ undeclared (first use in this function)

_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only
once for each function it appears in
make: *** [atsmake-post.mk:68: falcon_sats.o] Error 1

I verified this happens on Linux as well; if we go back to ATS2 v0.0.7 it
seems to work, for instance. Did something happen with regard to
ATSdynload1?


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#5

That certainly sounds like the way to go, but I seem to be getting
many errors like this:

“/home/brandon/ATS2-Postiats-0.2.8”/bin/patscc -cleanaft
-I"/home/brandon/ATS2-Postiats-0.2.8"
-I"/home/brandon/ATS2-Postiats-0.2.8"/ccomp/runtime
-I"/home/brandon/ATS-Postiats-contrib"/contrib -IATS
"/home/brandon/ATS-Postiats-contrib"/contrib -DATS_MEMALLOC_GCBDW
-D_GNU_SOURCE -O2 -c falcon_tokener.dats
falcon_tokener_dats.c:460:1: warning: parameter names (without types)
in function declaration
atstkind_t0ype(atstype_ulint) atstyarr_field(atslab__data) ;
^
In file included from falcon_tokener_dats.c:14:0:
/home/brandon/ATS2-Postiats-0.2.8/ccomp/runtime/pats_ccomp_typedefs.h:176:31:
error: field ‘atstyarr_field_undef’ declared as a function
#define atstyarr_field(fname) atstyarr_field_undef(fname)
^
falcon_tokener_dats.c:460:31: note: in expansion of macro ‘atstyarr_field’
atstkind_t0ype(atstype_ulint) atstyarr_field(atslab__data) ;
^
falcon_tokener_dats.c:473:1: warning: parameter names (without types)
in function declaration
atstkind_t0ype(atstype_ulint) atstyarr_field(atslab__data) ;
^
In file included from falcon_tokener_dats.c:14:0:
/home/brandon/ATS2-Postiats-0.2.8/ccomp/runtime/pats_ccomp_typedefs.h:176:31:
error: field ‘atstyarr_field_undef’ declared as a function
#define atstyarr_field(fname) atstyarr_field_undef(fname)
^
falcon_tokener_dats.c:473:31: note: in expansion of macro ‘atstyarr_field’
atstkind_t0ype(atstype_ulint) atstyarr_field(atslab__data) ;
^
falcon_tokener_dats.c:479:1: warning: parameter names (without types)
in function declaration
atstkind_t0ype(atstype_ulint) atstyarr_field(atslab__data) ;
^On Thu, Jun 30, 2016 at 11:48 PM, gmhwxi gmh...@gmail.com wrote:

It was probably generated by a version of ATS earlier than ATS2-0.1.6.
If you want to use the header files provided by ATS2-0.1.6, please use
patsopt-0.1.6 to re-generate falcon_sats.c.

I have kept FALCON as a test case:

https://github.com/githwxi/ATS-Postiats-contrib/tree/master/projects/MEDIUM/FALCON

So the FALCON package should compile without problems.

On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 11:24:46 PM UTC-4, Brandon Barker wrote:

It should be a version (likely checked out directly from github) just
prior to April 2014.

On Jun 30, 2016 11:05 PM, “gmhwxi” <…hwxi…> wrote:

Interesting. Which version of ATS compiler was used to generate
falcon_sats.c?

On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 10:01:59 PM UTC-4, Brandon Barker wrote:

Hi,

When trying to build a package using more recent versions of ATS
includes, I get the following error:

$ make PATSCC=gcc MYCCRULE=PORTABLE -f …/Makefile
gcc -I"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6"
-I"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6"/ccomp/runtime
-I"/usr/local/lib/ats2-postiats"/contrib -D_GNU_SOURCE -O2 -c falcon_sats.c
falcon_sats.c: In function
‘_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynload’:
falcon_sats.c:118:1: warning: implicit declaration of function
‘ATSdynload1’ [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
ATSdynload1(
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: error:
‘_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag’
undeclared (first use in this function)

_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only
once for each function it appears in
make: *** [atsmake-post.mk:68: falcon_sats.o] Error 1

I verified this happens on Linux as well; if we go back to ATS2 v0.0.7
it seems to work, for instance. Did something happen with regard to
ATSdynload1?


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#6

I see.

You need to following lines at the beginning of falcon_tokner.dats:

%{^
#define
atstyarr_field_undef(fname) fname[]
%} // end of [%{]

Here is the version I have:

https://github.com/githwxi/ATS-Postiats-contrib/blob/master/projects/MEDIUM/FALCON/falcon_tokener.datsOn Fri, Jul 1, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Brandon Barker brandon...@gmail.com wrote:

That certainly sounds like the way to go, but I seem to be getting
many errors like this:

“/home/brandon/ATS2-Postiats-0.2.8”/bin/patscc -cleanaft
-I"/home/brandon/ATS2-Postiats-0.2.8"
-I"/home/brandon/ATS2-Postiats-0.2.8"/ccomp/runtime
-I"/home/brandon/ATS-Postiats-contrib"/contrib -IATS
"/home/brandon/ATS-Postiats-contrib"/contrib -DATS_MEMALLOC_GCBDW
-D_GNU_SOURCE -O2 -c falcon_tokener.dats
falcon_tokener_dats.c:460:1: warning: parameter names (without types)
in function declaration
atstkind_t0ype(atstype_ulint) atstyarr_field(atslab__data) ;
^
In file included from falcon_tokener_dats.c:14:0:

/home/brandon/ATS2-Postiats-0.2.8/ccomp/runtime/pats_ccomp_typedefs.h:176:31:
error: field ‘atstyarr_field_undef’ declared as a function
#define atstyarr_field(fname) atstyarr_field_undef(fname)
^
falcon_tokener_dats.c:460:31: note: in expansion of macro ‘atstyarr_field’
atstkind_t0ype(atstype_ulint) atstyarr_field(atslab__data) ;
^
falcon_tokener_dats.c:473:1: warning: parameter names (without types)
in function declaration
atstkind_t0ype(atstype_ulint) atstyarr_field(atslab__data) ;
^
In file included from falcon_tokener_dats.c:14:0:

/home/brandon/ATS2-Postiats-0.2.8/ccomp/runtime/pats_ccomp_typedefs.h:176:31:
error: field ‘atstyarr_field_undef’ declared as a function
#define atstyarr_field(fname) atstyarr_field_undef(fname)
^
falcon_tokener_dats.c:473:31: note: in expansion of macro ‘atstyarr_field’
atstkind_t0ype(atstype_ulint) atstyarr_field(atslab__data) ;
^
falcon_tokener_dats.c:479:1: warning: parameter names (without types)
in function declaration
atstkind_t0ype(atstype_ulint) atstyarr_field(atslab__data) ;
^

On Thu, Jun 30, 2016 at 11:48 PM, gmhwxi gmh...@gmail.com wrote:

It was probably generated by a version of ATS earlier than ATS2-0.1.6.
If you want to use the header files provided by ATS2-0.1.6, please use
patsopt-0.1.6 to re-generate falcon_sats.c.

I have kept FALCON as a test case:

https://github.com/githwxi/ATS-Postiats-contrib/tree/master/projects/MEDIUM/FALCON

So the FALCON package should compile without problems.

On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 11:24:46 PM UTC-4, Brandon Barker wrote:

It should be a version (likely checked out directly from github) just
prior to April 2014.

On Jun 30, 2016 11:05 PM, “gmhwxi” <…hwxi…> wrote:

Interesting. Which version of ATS compiler was used to generate
falcon_sats.c?

On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 10:01:59 PM UTC-4, Brandon Barker wrote:

Hi,

When trying to build a package using more recent versions of ATS
includes, I get the following error:

$ make PATSCC=gcc MYCCRULE=PORTABLE -f …/Makefile
gcc -I"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6"
-I"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6"/ccomp/runtime
-I"/usr/local/lib/ats2-postiats"/contrib -D_GNU_SOURCE -O2 -c
falcon_sats.c

falcon_sats.c: In function

‘_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynload’:

falcon_sats.c:118:1: warning: implicit declaration of function
‘ATSdynload1’ [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
ATSdynload1(
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: error:

‘_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag’

undeclared (first use in this function)

_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag

^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only
once for each function it appears in
make: *** [atsmake-post.mk:68: falcon_sats.o] Error 1

I verified this happens on Linux as well; if we go back to ATS2 v0.0.7
it seems to work, for instance. Did something happen with regard to
ATSdynload1?


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#7

Interesting. Which version of ATS compiler was used to generate
falcon_sats.c?On Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 10:01:59 PM UTC-4, Brandon Barker wrote:

Hi,

When trying to build a package https://github.com/bbarker/FALCON using
more recent versions of ATS includes, I get the following error:

$ make PATSCC=gcc MYCCRULE=PORTABLE -f …/Makefile
gcc -I"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6" -I
"/home/Brandon/ATS2-Postiats-include-0.1.6"/ccomp/runtime -I
"/usr/local/lib/ats2-postiats"/contrib -D_GNU_SOURCE -O2 -c falcon_sats.c
falcon_sats.c: In function ‘
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynload
’:
falcon_sats.c:118:1: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘
ATSdynload1’ [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
ATSdynload1(
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: error: ‘
_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
’ undeclared (first use in this function)

_057_cygdrive_057_c_057_cygwin_057_home_057_brand_000_057_FBA_057_FALCON_057_GPR_057_falcon_056_sats__dynloadflag
^
falcon_sats.c:119:1: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only
once for each function it appears in
make: *** [atsmake-post.mk:68: falcon_sats.o] Error 1

I verified this happens on Linux as well; if we go back to ATS2 v0.0.7 it
seems to work, for instance. Did something happen with regard to
ATSdynload1?