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You have to interpret the error information back to front:

1. The make error
Vaclav_ wrote:
Makefile:5858: recipe for target 'gdbus/mainloop.lo' failed

tells you that the target mainloop.lo could not be built, and the messages above are output from the compiler that was called in an attempt to build this target.

2. The compiler output gives you accurate information on how it tried to expand a macro, resulting in C code that doesn't compile, and why it doesn't compile (negative array index).

3 The last lines of the compiler output show the condition that is statically checked, and ultimately leading to the compile error: as already pointed out, apparently the type unsigned long long does not have the same size as guint64.

The output further above above shows how the static assert macro expansion turns the value of this condition (false) into an invalid array type definition, but that information is not neede or useful to you; you only need to know that an assertion failed, find out why this happened, and (how (or if) you can fix it.

4. The static assert was invoked in function _GLIB_CHECKED_ADD_U64, and this function was called somewhere in mainloop.c (in line 28, according to the compiler). That means you should check the function call: maybe you're calling the wrong function for the job. Or maybe you shouldn't use guint64 for the target system you're compiling for.
GOTOs are a bit like wire coat hangers: they tend to breed in the darkness, such that where there once were few, eventually there are many, and the program's architecture collapses beneath them. (Fran Poretto)

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