My apologies in advance, because I know that this is an ultra noob question to ask.
I run into problems sometimes when building Spring where it's a matter of a simple include file or #define that is missing from a source file. I assume that this is my environment since the developer who checked in the given change must have tested to make sure they could build.
For example, I recently pulled from latest via git, and in BaseNetProtocol.cpp, the following had been added as part of a larger change:
stuff like that may happen when using different build systems or compilers. most developpers use gcc on linux with CMake, though there are others. i dont exaclty know how it hapens, could also have to do with precompiled headers and whatnot, but it is not cause you do something wrong. maybe system is included by an include in an included file or so, but if somethign from System.h is used in a .cpp file, then System.h should be included there, whether it is already included in an include or not. so if stuff like this happens, commit it to your github forge of spring (if you do not habe one, make one) and then ask in #sy for a dev to have a look at it/include it into the main repo.
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