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Maurice Lombardi
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The upgrading process submitted two hours ago seems broken.
It gives lots of messages when trying to upgrade.
Looking inside the problem seems to be the mingw-runtime package.
The downloaded version
c:/mingw/var/cache/mingw-get/data/mingw32-runtime.xml
dated 04/09/2016
contains references to
mingwrt-3.22.1 components
while the old one dated 07-31 still present in the catalogue directory
on the web contains only reference to 3.22
Indeed on the web packages inside the directory
https://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/MinGW/Base/mingwrt/mingwrt-3.22
correspond to 3.22.1

Hoping for a prompt correction, and thanking you for your work

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Re: recent upgrade broken

Keith Marshall
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On 04/09/16 15:33, Maurice Lombardi wrote:
> The upgrading process submitted two hours ago seems broken. It
> gives lots of messages when trying to upgrade. Looking inside the
> problem seems to be the mingw-runtime package. The downloaded
> version c:/mingw/var/cache/mingw-get/data/mingw32-runtime.xml dated
> 04/09/2016

That means nothing; it is no more than the date on which you last
refreshed your local copy of the file, from the distributed FRS copy
(which is compressed).  The important metric is the issue number
recorded within that file, which should be 2016073100.

> contains references to mingwrt-3.22.1 components

This is correct.

> while the old one dated 07-31 still present in the catalogue
> directory on the web contains only reference to 3.22

That's not what I'm seeing:
| <software-distribution project="MinGW" home="http://www.mingw.org"
|    issue="2016073100">
| ...
| <component class="dev">
|   <requires eq="mingwrt-%-mingw32-dll.tar" />
|   <release tarname="mingwrt-3.22-mingw32-dev.tar.xz" />
|   <release tarname="mingwrt-3.22.1-mingw32-dev.tar.xz" />
                              ^^^^^^

(This is from the 2016-07-31 edition, which is NOT an old version; it
is the most recent version of this catalogue file).

> Indeed on the web packages inside the directory
> https://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/MinGW/Base/mingwrt/mingwrt-3.22
>
>
correspond to 3.22.1

Once again, this is correct.  There's no reason for you to want to
download the original (broken) 3.22 versions, but mingw-get can still
access them, if you do try to force it; (they are still present, but
hidden from browsing by unprivileged users).

> Hoping for a prompt correction, and thanking you for your work

I can't fix what I can't perceive to be broken; this all WJFFM.  If
you really believe you have identified a problem, you'll need to
provide us with a much more comprehensive problem description.

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Re: recent upgrade broken

Maurice Lombardi
Le 04/09/2016 à 19:56, Keith Marshall a écrit :

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> On 04/09/16 15:33, Maurice Lombardi wrote:
>> The upgrading process submitted two hours ago seems broken. It
>> gives lots of messages when trying to upgrade. Looking inside the
>> problem seems to be the mingw-runtime package. The downloaded
>> version c:/mingw/var/cache/mingw-get/data/mingw32-runtime.xml dated
>> 04/09/2016
>
> That means nothing; it is no more than the date on which you last
> refreshed your local copy of the file, from the distributed FRS copy
> (which is compressed).  The important metric is the issue number
> recorded within that file, which should be 2016073100.
>
>> contains references to mingwrt-3.22.1 components
>
> This is correct.
>
>> while the old one dated 07-31 still present in the catalogue
>> directory on the web contains only reference to 3.22
>
> That's not what I'm seeing:
> | <software-distribution project="MinGW" home="http://www.mingw.org"
> |    issue="2016073100">
> | ...
> | <component class="dev">
> |   <requires eq="mingwrt-%-mingw32-dll.tar" />
> |   <release tarname="mingwrt-3.22-mingw32-dev.tar.xz" />
> |   <release tarname="mingwrt-3.22.1-mingw32-dev.tar.xz" />
>                               ^^^^^^
>
> (This is from the 2016-07-31 edition, which is NOT an old version; it
> is the most recent version of this catalogue file).

You are right. Looking to a backup made before trying to update/upgrade
I see that in the mingw-runtime.xml present on my system the second line is:
<software-distribution project="MinGW" home="http://www.mingw.org"
issue="2016072400">

while in the file downloaded from the web into my directory
c:/mingw/var/lib/mingw-get/data after update the time stamp is correctly
2016073100.
The old files present in my system in the .../packages directory,
including the  dev dll lic man where downloaded on 19/07/2016

Now trying anew update and then upgrade, all seems to work correctly,
instead of receiving a lot of error mesages, except for the following
error messages in the middle of the process

upgrade: libquadmath-5.3.0-2-mingw32-dll-0.tar.xz
  removing release libquadmath-4.9.3-1-mingw32-dll-0.tar.xz
  installing libquadmath-5.3.0-2-mingw32-dll-0.tar.xz
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/bin/libquadmath-0.dll: extraction
failed
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/bin/libquadmath-0.dll: probable
package conflict; existing file not overwritten
install: libatomic-5.3.0-2-mingw32-dll-1.tar.xz
  installing libatomic-5.3.0-2-mingw32-dll-1.tar.xz
install: libpthreadgc-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-dev.tar.xz
  installing libpthreadgc-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-dev.tar.xz
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/sched.h: extraction failed
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/sched.h: probable package
conflict; existing file not overwritten
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/pthread.h: extraction failed
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/pthread.h: probable
package conflict; existing file not overwritten
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/semaphore.h: extraction
failed
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/semaphore.h: probable
package conflict; existing file not overwritten
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/lib/libpthread.dll.a: extraction
failed
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/lib/libpthread.dll.a: probable
package conflict; existing file not overwritten
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/lib/libpthread.a: extraction failed
mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/lib/libpthread.a: probable
package conflict; existing file not overwritten

I do not understand what could be the consequences.

Thank you anaway

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Re: recent upgrade broken

Keith Marshall
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On 05/09/16 10:11, Maurice Lombardi wrote:

> Now trying a new update and then upgrade, all seems to work
> correctly, instead of receiving a lot of error mesages, except for
> the following error messages in the middle of the process
>
> upgrade: libquadmath-5.3.0-2-mingw32-dll-0.tar.xz removing release
> libquadmath-4.9.3-1-mingw32-dll-0.tar.xz installing
> libquadmath-5.3.0-2-mingw32-dll-0.tar.xz mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR
> *** C:\MinGW\/bin/libquadmath-0.dll: extraction failed
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/bin/libquadmath-0.dll:
> probable package conflict; existing file not overwritten

This suggests possible corruption of your mingw-get installation
records; somehow, the ownership record for libquadmath-0.dll has
become dissociated from the libquadmath-4.9.3-1-dll-0 package, so you
still have the 4.9.3 version of libquadmath-0.dll installed.  This
may, or may not be compatible with the 5.3.0 version.

To correct this anomaly, so that you have a consistent 5.0.3
installation, you should:

  1) Delete c:\mingw\bin\libquadmath-0.dll
  2) From the command prompt, run

     mingw-get install --reinstall libquadmath-dll

> install: libpthreadgc-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-dev.tar.xz
> installing libpthreadgc-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-dev.tar.xz
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/sched.h:
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/pthread.h:
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/semaphore.h:
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/lib/libpthread.dll.a:
> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/lib/libpthread.a: extraction
> failed

This is a similar, but slightly different scenario; here it appears
that mingw-get is trying to install libpthreadgc-dev over the top of
an old version, which it did not install, and thus knows nothing
about.  The solution is again to delete the five conflicting files, then:

   mingw-get install --reinstall libpthreadgc-dev

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Re: recent upgrade broken

Maurice Lombardi
Le 05/09/2016 à 12:26, Keith Marshall a écrit :

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> On 05/09/16 10:11, Maurice Lombardi wrote:
>> Now trying a new update and then upgrade, all seems to work
>> correctly, instead of receiving a lot of error mesages, except for
>> the following error messages in the middle of the process
>>
>> upgrade: libquadmath-5.3.0-2-mingw32-dll-0.tar.xz removing release
>> libquadmath-4.9.3-1-mingw32-dll-0.tar.xz installing
>> libquadmath-5.3.0-2-mingw32-dll-0.tar.xz mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR
>> *** C:\MinGW\/bin/libquadmath-0.dll: extraction failed
>> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/bin/libquadmath-0.dll:
>> probable package conflict; existing file not overwritten
>
> This suggests possible corruption of your mingw-get installation
> records; somehow, the ownership record for libquadmath-0.dll has
> become dissociated from the libquadmath-4.9.3-1-dll-0 package, so you
> still have the 4.9.3 version of libquadmath-0.dll installed.  This
> may, or may not be compatible with the 5.3.0 version.
>
> To correct this anomaly, so that you have a consistent 5.0.3
> installation, you should:
>
>   1) Delete c:\mingw\bin\libquadmath-0.dll
>   2) From the command prompt, run
>
>      mingw-get install --reinstall libquadmath-dll
>
>> install: libpthreadgc-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-dev.tar.xz
>> installing libpthreadgc-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-dev.tar.xz
>> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/sched.h:
>> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/pthread.h:
>> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/include/semaphore.h:
>> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/lib/libpthread.dll.a:
>> mingw-get.exe: *** ERROR *** C:\MinGW\/lib/libpthread.a: extraction
>> failed
>
> This is a similar, but slightly different scenario; here it appears
> that mingw-get is trying to install libpthreadgc-dev over the top of
> an old version, which it did not install, and thus knows nothing
> about.  The solution is again to delete the five conflicting files, then:
>
>    mingw-get install --reinstall libpthreadgc-dev
>

OK, it works that way.
I have been able to recompile with the new gcc a program which uses the
OpenMP library libgomp, and thus indirectly libpthread.
The only glitch remaining is a missing libgomp.spec file.
I brought one fron an equivalent linux system to succeed.
Apparently libgomp.a and libgomp.dll.a are contained in
gcc-core-5.3.0-2-mingw32-bin.tar.xz
but libgomp.spec is missing.

Thanks anyway

        Maurice Lombardi


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Re: recent upgrade broken

Keith Marshall
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On 05/09/16 14:08, Maurice Lombardi wrote:
> The only glitch remaining is a missing libgomp.spec file. I brought
> one fron an equivalent linux system to succeed.

That should likely work; there doesn't appear to be any difference
between gcc-5.3.0 libgomp.spec in my linux and windows-cross builds.

> Apparently libgomp.a and libgomp.dll.a are contained in
> gcc-core-5.3.0-2-mingw32-bin.tar.xz but libgomp.spec is missing.

This is a packaging oversight; it needs to be corrected, so thanks for
bringing it to our attention.  I've logged it as issue:

   https://sourceforge.net/p/mingw/bugs/2312/

to which I've attached a copy of the missing libgomp.spec file, and an
update to the package specification to correct the omission.

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Re: recent upgrade broken

Keith Marshall
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On 05/09/16 22:40, Keith Marshall wrote:

> On 05/09/16 14:08, Maurice Lombardi wrote:
>> Apparently libgomp.a and libgomp.dll.a are contained in
>> gcc-core-5.3.0-2-mingw32-bin.tar.xz but libgomp.spec is missing.
>
> This is a packaging oversight; it needs to be corrected, so thanks
> for bringing it to our attention.  I've logged it as issue:
>
> https://sourceforge.net/p/mingw/bugs/2312/
>
> to which I've attached a copy of the missing libgomp.spec file, and
> an update to the package specification to correct the omission.

I've now added the missing libgomp.spec file to the FRS copy of
gcc-core-5.3.0-2-mingw32-bin.tar.xz

Those who use mingw-get to manage their installations should follow
the instructions at https://sourceforge.net/p/mingw/bugs/2312/#21ea to
make their mingw-get installation records consistent with the current
state of the distribution.

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