While doing an
opam install if there is a failure, is there a way to continue? The install process, sensibly, seems to start with fresh sources – that is, when I edit a file and try to
opam install the same package, the file is back to it’s original state. I could pin my own local version of tsdl, but is there a simpler way to deal with a fix like this?
The actual problem I have is that tsdl is failing to install on a fresh 4.09 switch.
The only piece of the error output I get is:
support/consts_stub.c:36:41: note: in definition of macro ‘int_v’ #define int_v(e) int_v(fd, "" # e, (int)e)
I’m guessing the C compile flags are such that the un-parenthesized
e is a warning-as-error. This is what I tried to edit.
I’m guessing that since it hasn’t come up as an issue this might be some difference in local configuration I have, but don’t know what that might be.