I'm running into what might be another issue with C++ standard library modularization here: Track CIRCT Changes · GeorgeLyon/circt-swift-interop@0f409ae · GitHub
The relevant error seems to be
/usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-linux-gnu/11/../../../../include/c++/11/utility:378:27: error: redefinition of '__is_in_place_type_v<in_place_type_t<_Tp>>'
inline constexpr bool __is_in_place_type_v<in_place_type_t<_Tp>> = true;
Am I correct in thinking we need another update to the module map? @egor.zhdan, have you thought any more about how we can fix issues like this without a compiler change, such as maybe providing the modulemap with a command line argument?
Yes, this might be a modularization issue. Are you using Ubuntu/Debian or some other distro?
One way you can do this right now is to deploy a
module.modulemap file into the C++ stdlib path, that way Swift will use your own modulemap instead of the one bundled with the Swift toolchain.
I just tried it on the 11/3 snapshot, and I end up with the same error: Track CIRCT Changes · GeorgeLyon/circt-swift-interop@6e8fcc8 · GitHub
I'm a bit confused though because both
functional were placed in the modulemap in your earlier patch: [cxx-interop] Move included stdlib headers from libstdcxx.h to the modulemap by egorzhdan · Pull Request #60722 · apple/swift · GitHub, which is what I was about to do to "fix" the issue. Any other ideas about what may be wrong?
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