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UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Earnie Boyd
I have released gcc-4.8.1-4 primarily to take care of the omission of
gcov.exe from the release.  I also added --disable-bootstrap,
CFLAGS=-D_USE_32BIT_TIME_T and LDFLAGS=-s to the configure options.

The -D_USE_32BIT_TIME_T was an attempt to resolve the Ada issue that
was reported but that did not take care of the issue.  That issue is
embedded deeper into the bowels of Ada runtime itself.

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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

David Gressett
> I have released gcc-4.8.1-4 primarily to take care of the omission of
> gcov.exe from the release. I also added --disable-bootstrap,
> CFLAGS=-D_USE_32BIT_TIME_T and LDFLAGS=-s to the configure options.

> The -D_USE_32BIT_TIME_T was an attempt to resolve the Ada issue that
> was reported but that did not take care of the issue. That issue is
> embedded deeper into the bowels of Ada runtime itself.

I saw a swarm of error message boxes popping up when trying the upgrade.
It looked as if everything did get marked, but when I did the upgrade,
the new libgnarl and libgnat failed to replace the previous versions.

I deleted the entire MinGW directory tree and started over with a complete
cold installation; I'm still getting the message boxes.

I'm selecting items to install one at a time, and noting errors. The
first one, "mingw-developer-toolkit" produces thes:

"Internal package specification error
gent get 'tarname' for non-release element <<unknown>>
Please report this to the package maintainer."

Next is an unresolved dependency error for libmpc, it can't
identify providing package.

Then another 'tarname' error like the first one

Then another unresolved dependency error for libmpc

Then another 'tarname' error

Then yet another libmpc unresolved dependency.

Then another 'tarname' error.

Then another libmpc unresolved dependency

This is total of 8 errors, with libmpc being the only named entity.

I then selected mingw32-base, and got a very similar set of messages,
but this time naming mingw32.dll.

I then selected mingw42-gcc-ada, and got the exact same set of 8 messages
again.

The problems all seem to be the same set of 8 messages, which vary only
in the name of one item.

The installation produced a swarm of failures to overwrite existing files,
but with a new installation, I expect that these are just duplicates.


I then compiled and tested the Ada test programs which demonstrate the
calendar bug.

**** All of them ran correctly.****


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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Diego Casorran
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Hi,

2013/10/12 Earnie Boyd <[hidden email]>:
> ... LDFLAGS=-s to the configure options.
>

Is that supposed to do the same than -Wl,--strip-all ? If so, it might
not be properly being passed to the linker since there's still a
invalid PointerToSymbolTable in gcc.exe, g++.exe, etc.. :)

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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Diego Casorran
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I'm also getting these tarname errors, by running "mingw-get update"
and then "mingw-get upgrade" i've got:

mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** upgrade libiconv-dll: package is not installed
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element
<<<unknown>>>
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar:
unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot
identify any providing package
mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
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upgrade: libquadmath-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-0.tar
 removing release libquadmath-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dll-0.tar
 installing libquadmath-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-0.tar
upgrade: libgomp-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar
 removing release libgomp-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dll-1.tar
 installing libgomp-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar
upgrade: libssp-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-0.tar
 removing release libssp-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dll-0.tar
 installing libssp-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-0.tar
upgrade: libpthread-2.9.1-1-mingw32-dll-2.tar
mingw-get: *** INFO *** package libpthread-2.9.1-1-mingw32-dll-2.tar
is up to date
upgrade: libgmp-5.1.2-1-mingw32-dll-10.tar
mingw-get: *** INFO *** package libgmp-5.1.2-1-mingw32-dll-10.tar is up to date
upgrade: libmpfr-3.1.2-2-mingw32-dll-4.tar
mingw-get: *** INFO *** package libmpfr-3.1.2-2-mingw32-dll-4.tar is up to date
upgrade: libmpc-1.0.1-2-mingw32-dll-3.tar
mingw-get: *** INFO *** package libmpc-1.0.1-2-mingw32-dll-3.tar is up to date
upgrade: libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar
 removing release libgcc-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dll-1.tar
 installing libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar
upgrade: gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
 removing release gcc-core-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
 installing gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
upgrade: gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
 removing release gcc-core-4.8.1-3-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
 installing gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
upgrade: libstdc++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-6.tar
 removing release libstdc++-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dll-6.tar
 installing libstdc++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-6.tar
upgrade: gcc-c++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
 removing release gcc-c++-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
 installing gcc-c++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
upgrade: gcc-c++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
 removing release gcc-c++-4.8.1-3-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
 installing gcc-c++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
upgrade: libintl-0.18.3.1-1-mingw32-dll-8.tar



2013/10/12 David Gressett <[hidden email]>:

>> I have released gcc-4.8.1-4 primarily to take care of the omission of
>> gcov.exe from the release. I also added --disable-bootstrap,
>> CFLAGS=-D_USE_32BIT_TIME_T and LDFLAGS=-s to the configure options.
>
>> The -D_USE_32BIT_TIME_T was an attempt to resolve the Ada issue that
>> was reported but that did not take care of the issue. That issue is
>> embedded deeper into the bowels of Ada runtime itself.
>
> I saw a swarm of error message boxes popping up when trying the upgrade.
> It looked as if everything did get marked, but when I did the upgrade,
> the new libgnarl and libgnat failed to replace the previous versions.
>
> I deleted the entire MinGW directory tree and started over with a complete
> cold installation; I'm still getting the message boxes.
>
> I'm selecting items to install one at a time, and noting errors. The
> first one, "mingw-developer-toolkit" produces thes:
>
> "Internal package specification error
> gent get 'tarname' for non-release element <<unknown>>
> Please report this to the package maintainer."
>
> Next is an unresolved dependency error for libmpc, it can't
> identify providing package.
>
> Then another 'tarname' error like the first one
>
> Then another unresolved dependency error for libmpc
>
> Then another 'tarname' error
>
> Then yet another libmpc unresolved dependency.
>
> Then another 'tarname' error.
>
> Then another libmpc unresolved dependency
>
> This is total of 8 errors, with libmpc being the only named entity.
>
> I then selected mingw32-base, and got a very similar set of messages,
> but this time naming mingw32.dll.
>
> I then selected mingw42-gcc-ada, and got the exact same set of 8 messages
> again.
>
> The problems all seem to be the same set of 8 messages, which vary only
> in the name of one item.
>
> The installation produced a swarm of failures to overwrite existing files,
> but with a new installation, I expect that these are just duplicates.
>
>
> I then compiled and tested the Ada test programs which demonstrate the
> calendar bug.
>
> **** All of them ran correctly.****
>
>
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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Keith Marshall
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On 12/10/13 22:30, David Gressett wrote:

> I saw a swarm of error message boxes popping up when trying the upgrade.
> It looked as if everything did get marked, but when I did the upgrade,
> the new libgnarl and libgnat failed to replace the previous versions.
>
> I deleted the entire MinGW directory tree and started over with a complete
> cold installation; I'm still getting the message boxes.
>
> I'm selecting items to install one at a time, and noting errors. The
> first one, "mingw-developer-toolkit" produces thes:
>
> "Internal package specification error
> gent get 'tarname' for non-release element <<unknown>>
> Please report this to the package maintainer."
>
> Next is an unresolved dependency error for libmpc, it can't
> identify providing package.

To place this in context, I created a clean sandbox, then ran command
line mingw-get, with package dependency tracing enabled, (restricting to
mingw32-base, which suffices to expose the problem):

> $ mingw-get update
> $ mingw-get --trace=0x0200 install mingw32-base 2>&1 | tee xx.log

Examining the log file, I see the relevant fragment:

>    libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: resolve dependencies
>     require: mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar
>      considering: libmpc-1.0.1-2-mingw32-dll-3.tar
>      considering: libmpc-1.0.1-1-mingw32-dll-2.tar
>      considering: libmpc-0.8.1-1-mingw32-dll-2.tar.lzma
>      <<<unknown>>>: schedule installation (flags=0x00000202)
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** internal package specification error
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar: requires...
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar: cannot identify any providing package
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package maintainer

This repeats, several times, for other declared dependencies; in every
case, the offending requirement is:

>     require: mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar

for which no provider appears to be defined within the XML catalogue.

Do note that this:

> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-release element <<<unknown>>>

message isn't really useful; it's a consequence of trying to lookup the
tarname attribute for the non-existent provider package, and I'll look
into suppressing this noise, for a future mingw-get release.  The real
problem is the declared requirement for the non-existent provider.

I do wonder why DLL interface versions for libmpc are incrementing so;
is the upstream project really breaking ABI at the frequency which these
changing requirements would suggest?

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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

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Hello people,
I upgraded to 4.8.1-4 yesterday and realized there was error
messages during install but that was no show stopper. Once I
ran post-installation script, I mingw-get again to
individually add mpfr, mpg, zip, unzip, wget, Win32API
runtime libraries. Now, MinGW works OK. Thank you MinGW!

Diego Casorran wrote:

> I'm also getting these tarname errors, by running "mingw-
get update"
> and then "mingw-get upgrade" i've got:
>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** upgrade libiconv-dll: package is
not installed
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
requires...
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
> identify any providing package
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** internal package specification
error
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** can't get 'tarname' for non-
release element
> <<<unknown>>>
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** please report this to the package
maintainer
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar:
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> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
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dll-4.tar: cannot
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> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar:
> unresolved dependency (type 'eq')
> mingw-get: *** ERROR *** mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-
dll-4.tar: cannot
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> 100% upgrade: libquadmath-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-0.tar
>  removing release libquadmath-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dll-0.tar
>  installing libquadmath-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-0.tar
> upgrade: libgomp-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar
>  removing release libgomp-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dll-1.tar
>  installing libgomp-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar
> upgrade: libssp-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-0.tar
>  removing release libssp-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dll-0.tar
>  installing libssp-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-0.tar
> upgrade: libpthread-2.9.1-1-mingw32-dll-2.tar
> mingw-get: *** INFO *** package libpthread-2.9.1-1-mingw32-
dll-2.tar
> is up to date
> upgrade: libgmp-5.1.2-1-mingw32-dll-10.tar
> mingw-get: *** INFO *** package libgmp-5.1.2-1-mingw32-
dll-10.tar is up to
> date upgrade: libmpfr-3.1.2-2-mingw32-dll-4.tar
> mingw-get: *** INFO *** package libmpfr-3.1.2-2-mingw32-
dll-4.tar is up to
> date upgrade: libmpc-1.0.1-2-mingw32-dll-3.tar
> mingw-get: *** INFO *** package libmpc-1.0.1-2-mingw32-
dll-3.tar is up to

> date upgrade: libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar
>  removing release libgcc-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dll-1.tar
>  installing libgcc-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-1.tar
> upgrade: gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
>  removing release gcc-core-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
>  installing gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
> upgrade: gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
>  removing release gcc-core-4.8.1-3-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
>  installing gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
> upgrade: libstdc++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-6.tar
>  removing release libstdc++-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dll-6.tar
>  installing libstdc++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dll-6.tar
> upgrade: gcc-c++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
>  removing release gcc-c++-4.8.1-3-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
>  installing gcc-c++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma
> upgrade: gcc-c++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
>  removing release gcc-c++-4.8.1-3-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
>  installing gcc-c++-4.8.1-4-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma
> upgrade: libintl-0.18.3.1-1-mingw32-dll-8.tar
>
>
>
> 2013/10/12 David Gressett
> <[hidden email]>:
>>> I have released gcc-4.8.1-4 primarily to take care of the
omission of
>>> gcov.exe from the release. I also added --disable-
bootstrap,
>>> CFLAGS=-D_USE_32BIT_TIME_T and LDFLAGS=-s to the
configure options.
>>
>>> The -D_USE_32BIT_TIME_T was an attempt to resolve the Ada
issue that
>>> was reported but that did not take care of the issue.
That issue is
>>> embedded deeper into the bowels of Ada runtime itself.
>>
>> I saw a swarm of error message boxes popping up when
trying the upgrade.
>> It looked as if everything did get marked, but when I did
the upgrade,
>> the new libgnarl and libgnat failed to replace the
previous versions.
>>
>> I deleted the entire MinGW directory tree and started over
with a complete
>> cold installation; I'm still getting the message boxes.
>>
>> I'm selecting items to install one at a time, and noting
errors. The
>> first one, "mingw-developer-toolkit" produces thes:
>>
>> "Internal package specification error
>> gent get 'tarname' for non-release element <<unknown>>
>> Please report this to the package maintainer."
>>
>> Next is an unresolved dependency error for libmpc, it
can't

>> identify providing package.
>>
>> Then another 'tarname' error like the first one
>>
>> Then another unresolved dependency error for libmpc
>>
>> Then another 'tarname' error
>>
>> Then yet another libmpc unresolved dependency.
>>
>> Then another 'tarname' error.
>>
>> Then another libmpc unresolved dependency
>>
>> This is total of 8 errors, with libmpc being the only
named entity.
>>
>> I then selected mingw32-base, and got a very similar set
of messages,
>> but this time naming mingw32.dll.
>>
>> I then selected mingw42-gcc-ada, and got the exact same
set of 8 messages
>> again.
>>
>> The problems all seem to be the same set of 8 messages,
which vary only
>> in the name of one item.
>>
>> The installation produced a swarm of failures to overwrite
existing files,
>> but with a new installation, I expect that these are just
duplicates.
>>
>>
>> I then compiled and tested the Ada test programs which
demonstrate the
>> calendar bug.
>>
>> **** All of them ran correctly.****
>>
>>
>>
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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Earnie Boyd
In reply to this post by Keith Marshall
On Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 7:10 PM, Keith Marshall wrote:
>
> This repeats, several times, for other declared dependencies; in every
> case, the offending requirement is:
>
>>     require: mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar
>
> for which no provider appears to be defined within the XML catalogue.
>

This was caused by a careless change for -3 to -4; that change has
been fixed in the catalogue.

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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Keith Marshall
On 14/10/13 22:38, Earnie Boyd wrote:

> On Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 7:10 PM, Keith Marshall wrote:
>>
>> This repeats, several times, for other declared dependencies; in every
>> case, the offending requirement is:
>>
>>>     require: mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar
>>
>> for which no provider appears to be defined within the XML catalogue.
>>
>
> This was caused by a careless change for -3 to -4; that change has
> been fixed in the catalogue.

But, even -3 was wrong; it should never have been anything other than
libmpc-2.dll

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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Earnie Boyd
On Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 6:03 PM, Keith Marshall wrote:

> On 14/10/13 22:38, Earnie Boyd wrote:
>> On Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 7:10 PM, Keith Marshall wrote:
>>>
>>> This repeats, several times, for other declared dependencies; in every
>>> case, the offending requirement is:
>>>
>>>>     require: mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar
>>>
>>> for which no provider appears to be defined within the XML catalogue.
>>>
>>
>> This was caused by a careless change for -3 to -4; that change has
>> been fixed in the catalogue.
>
> But, even -3 was wrong; it should never have been anything other than
> libmpc-2.dll

The delivered DLL is libmpc-3.dll; why should it have been -2 when the
upstream package installs -3?

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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Keith Marshall
On 14/10/13 23:22, Earnie Boyd wrote:
> The delivered DLL is libmpc-3.dll; why should it have been -2 when the
> upstream package installs -3?

Sorry.  I was confused by the (still incorrect) progression of tarname
references in mingw32-mpc.xml; mpc-0.8.1-1 delivered libmpc-2.dll and
both releases of mpc-1.0.1 deliver libmpc-3.dll; (there were apparently
some changes in entry point names, creating a backward incompatibility,
and so demanding this increment).  However, mingw32-mpc.xml still claims
(erroneously) that mpc-1.0.1-1 delivers libmpc-2.dll; that needs to be
corrected, or any attempt to install any package which really does need
libmpc-2.dll, (possibly a specific version rollback request), may fail.

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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Keith Marshall
In reply to this post by Earnie Boyd
On 14 October 2013 22:38, Earnie Boyd <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 7:10 PM, Keith Marshall wrote:
>
> This repeats, several times, for other declared dependencies; in every
> case, the offending requirement is:
>
>>     require: mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar
>
> for which no provider appears to be defined within the XML catalogue.
>

This was caused by a careless change for -3 to -4; that change has
been fixed in the catalogue.

That one may have been, but the complementary issue remains to be fixed,
in mingw32-mpc.xml.  Furthermore, mingw32-gcc4.xml is still missing the
necessary requirements declarations, on gcc-core-bin, to pull in w32api,
mingwrt, and binutils; (why is the last of these not simply declared as
a requirement of the component, rather than an explicit requirement of
each individual release?  The requirement is identical for all).

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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Earnie Boyd
On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 5:14 AM, Keith Marshall wrote:

> On 14 October 2013 22:38, Earnie Boyd wrote:
>>
>> On Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 7:10 PM, Keith Marshall wrote:
>> >
>> > This repeats, several times, for other declared dependencies; in every
>> > case, the offending requirement is:
>> >
>> >>     require: mingw32-libmpc-*-mingw32-dll-4.tar
>> >
>> > for which no provider appears to be defined within the XML catalogue.
>> >
>>
>> This was caused by a careless change for -3 to -4; that change has
>> been fixed in the catalogue.
>
>
> That one may have been, but the complementary issue remains to be fixed,
> in mingw32-mpc.xml.  Furthermore, mingw32-gcc4.xml is still missing the
> necessary requirements declarations, on gcc-core-bin, to pull in w32api,
> mingwrt, and binutils; (why is the last of these not simply declared as
> a requirement of the component, rather than an explicit requirement of
> each individual release?  The requirement is identical for all).

Because they are not identical across all versions.

I could see a benefit for something like

~~~~~
<release id="gcc-4.8.1">
  <requires eq="mingwrt-4*-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma"/>
  <requires eq="w32api-4*-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma"/>
  <release tarname="gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma">
    <requires eq="gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma"/>
  </release>
</release>
~~~~~

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Re: UPDATE: gcc-4.8.1-4 has been released

Keith Marshall



On 15 October 2013 13:51, Earnie Boyd wrote:
On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 5:14 AM, Keith Marshall wrote:
> [...snip...]
> Furthermore, mingw32-gcc4.xml is still missing the
> necessary requirements declarations, on gcc-core-bin, to pull in w32api,
> mingwrt, and binutils; (why is the last of these not simply declared as
> a requirement of the component, rather than an explicit requirement of
> each individual release?  The requirement is identical for all).

Because they are not identical across all versions.

The last of them (binutils) *is*.  It's an entirely generic reference to
"latest available version".  That could easily be moved, to apply to all
releases, without having to declare it every time.

Granted, the mingwrt and w32api requirements differ, and they do need to
be individually specified for each release; I never suggested otherwise.

I could see a benefit for something like

~~~~~
<release id="gcc-4.8.1">
  <requires eq="mingwrt-4*-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma"/>
  <requires eq="w32api-4*-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma"/>
  <release tarname="gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-bin.tar.lzma">
    <requires eq="gcc-core-4.8.1-4-mingw32-dev.tar.lzma"/>
  </release>
</release>
~~~~~

I don't see what you're trying to achieve here; the XML schema will not
permit you to embed a release element within another, and even if it
did, mingw-get would not know what to do with it.

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