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Re: [perl #20606] [PATCH} openbsd hints

From:
Abe Timmerman
Date:
February 2, 2003 03:42
Subject:
Re: [perl #20606] [PATCH} openbsd hints
Message ID:
200302021241.05432.abe@ztreet.demon.nl
Op een druilerige winterdag (Sunday 02 February 2003 04:22), schreef Todd C. 
Miller:

> In message <rt-20606-50012.14.7796026894771@bugs6.perl.org>
>
> 	so spake Abe Timmerman (perlbug-followup):
> > I have now confirmed that this patch breaks my openbsd-smokes.
> >
> > I don't know what this is all about, so I can't be of any real help,
> > other than trying suggestions...
>
> Well perl-current works fine for me on OpenBSD-current/i386 and
> passes all tests.  I don't know what your openbsd-smokes are :-).

"A Smoke", is the automated process of compiling and running "make test" on 
the perl-current source-tree for different configurations (with the aid of 
the Test::Smoke software). I run these daily on OpenBSD-3.2/i386 with gcc 3.2

This process yields an easy to read report. See:

	http://archive.develooper.com/daily-build-reports@perl.org/

> I'll try it on an OpenBSD 3.2 machine soon.  Well, relatively soon
> as I'm going to be out of town for the next 6 days.
>
> If you want to mail me some details as to what actually breaks that
> would be helpful.

	http://archive.develooper.com/daily-build-reports@perl.org/msg02450.html

as opposed to (pre 18602)

	http://archive.develooper.com/daily-build-reports@perl.org/msg02412.html


Good luck,

Abe
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