Fix gdbsupport build
I'm seeing this on F27 (a clean build from scratch): ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ make: Entering directory '/home/pedro/brno/pedro/gdb/binutils-gdb/build/gdbsupport' CC gdb_tilde_expand.o In file included from /home/pedro/gdb/binutils-gdb/src/gdbsupport/../gnulib/import/libc-config.h:33:0, from ../gnulib/import/glob.h:544, from /home/pedro/gdb/binutils-gdb/src/gdbsupport/gdb_tilde_expand.c:22: ../bfd/config.h:7:4: error: #error config.h must be #included before system headers # error config.h must be #included before system headers ^~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ libc-config.h, where it includes config.h, says: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ /* This is intended to be a good-enough substitute for glibc system macros like those defined in <sys/cdefs.h>, so that Gnulib code shared with glibc can do this as the first #include: #ifndef _LIBC # include <libc-config.h> #endif When compiled as part of glibc this is a no-op; when compiled as part of Gnulib this includes Gnulib's <config.h> and defines macros that glibc library code would normally assume. */ #include <config.h> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The issue is that that '#include <config.h>' picks up bfd's config.h instead of gnulib's. This problem doesn't trigger in the gdb dir because there we generate config.h under that exact name so gnulib's libc-config.h ends up picking gdb's config.h instead of gnulib.c and that ends up harmless. In gdbsupport, the config.h file is really named support-config.h, so that '#include <config.h>' in libc-config.h doesn't pick it like it would if it had the conventional config.h name. This patch fixes it by simply renaming gdbserver's support-config.h to config.h. gdbsupport/ChangeLog: 2020-01-17 Pedro Alves <firstname.lastname@example.org> * configure.ac: Generate config.h instead of support-config.h. * common-defs.h: Include <gdbsupport/config.h> instead of <gdbsupport/support-config.h>. * Makefile.in: Regenerate. * configure: Regenerate.
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