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Re: [perl #20491] $SIG{RTMIN} on gentoo

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From:
Shevek
Date:
February 5, 2003 08:32
Subject:
Re: [perl #20491] $SIG{RTMIN} on gentoo
Message ID:
Pine.LNX.4.44.0302051631520.8552-100000@localhost.localdomain
On Wed, 5 Feb 2003, Rafael Garcia-Suarez wrote:

> Shevek <perlbug@anarres.org> wrote:
> > Is there any idea about when this might get fixed? I really can't run
> > systems without Perl, and all my new machines are just sitting waiting for
> > this to work.
> 
> Concerning an adequate fix, I have no idea. Frankly.
> 
> Concerning a workaround, here's one that should work painlessly :
> 
> untar a clean perl source tree,
> once Configure is run, edit the file config.sh,
> find 'sig_num_init' and 'sig_num' and replace -1 by the appropriate value,
>   (the one in your .h headers),
> regenerate config.h (by running config_h.SH)
> make, make test.
> 
> The resulting perl should work. Then, make install.

Cool, I will do this.

Just a check: Shouldn't I be removing RTMIN entirely since it isn't a 
signal? RTMAX doesn't appear.

S.

-- 
Shevek
I am the Borg.

sub AUTOLOAD{my$i=$AUTOLOAD;my$x=shift;$i=~s/^.*://;print"$x\n";eval
qq{*$AUTOLOAD=sub{my\$x=shift;return unless \$x%$i;&{$x}(\$x);};};}

foreach my $i (3..65535) { &{'2'}($i); }


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