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From:
Nicholas Clark
Date:
October 8, 2005 09:56
Subject:
blead on VMS on testdrive
Message ID:
20051008165553.GH1790@plum.flirble.org
I'm trying to build blead on VMS testdrive. It seems to be going wrong here:

        Making B (dynamic)
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [--.LIB].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:46:42
.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [--.LIB.AUTO.B].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 1
3:46:55.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [.BLIB.BIN].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:46
:55.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [.BLIB.SCRIPT].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13
:46:56.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [.BLIB.MAN1].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:4
6:57.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [.BLIB.MAN3].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:4
6:57.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for PM_TO_BLIB.TS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:47:04.0
0
Set Default [.c]
MMS /Descrip= Descrip.MMS all
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [---.LIB.B].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:47
:05.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [---.LIB].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:46:4
2.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [---.LIB.AUTO.B.C].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-200
5 13:47:07.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [-.BLIB.BIN].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:4
6:55.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [-.BLIB.SCRIPT].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 1
3:46:56.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [-.BLIB.MAN1].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:
46:57.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for [-.BLIB.MAN3].EXISTS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:
46:57.00
%MMS-W-GMFUTURE, Time for PM_TO_BLIB.TS is in the future:  8-OCT-2005 13:47:07.0
0
CC/DECC /Include=[]/Standard=Relaxed_ANSI/Prefix=All/Obj=.obj /NOANSI_ALIAS/floa
t=ieee/ieee=denorm/Define=("VERSION=""1.04""","XS_VERSION=""1.04""")/Include=([-
--])/NoList  C.c
If F$Search("[---.LIB.AUTO.B.C]C.OLB").eqs."" Then Library/Object/Create [---.LI
B.AUTO.B.C]C.OLB
Library/Object/Replace [---.LIB.AUTO.B.C]C.OLB C.OBJ
If F$TrnLNm("PerlShr").eqs."" Then Define/NoLog/User PerlShr Sys$Share:PerlShr.e
xe
Link /NoTrace/NoMap /Shareable=[---.LIB.AUTO.B.C]PL_B__C.EXE C.opt/Option,[---]p
erlshr_attr.opt/Option
Running Mkbootstrap for B::C ()
MCR $1$DKC300:[NWC10.25712]miniperl.exe "-I[---.lib]" "-I[---.lib]" "-MExtUtils:
:Command" -e chmod 644 C.BS
MCR $1$DKC300:[NWC10.25712]miniperl.exe "-I[---.lib]" "-I[---.lib]" "-MExtUtils:
:Command" -e cp C.bs [---.LIB.AUTO.B.C]C.BS
MCR $1$DKC300:[NWC10.25712]miniperl.exe "-I[---.lib]" "-I[---.lib]" "-MExtUtils:
:Command" -e chmod 644 [---.LIB.AUTO.B.C]C.BS
%MMS-F-ABORT, For target SUBDIRS, CLI returned abort status: %X10EE8180.
%MMS-F-ABORT, For target DYNEXT, CLI returned abort status: %X10EE8034.

bash$ uname -a
OpenVMS TD182 0 V8.2 AlphaServer_ES40 Alpha


Am I doing something daft here? Or is that machine confused as to what the
time is, so it's not my fault? I've no idea if my home directory is a network
mount, which is often a cause of fun on Unix.

Nicholas Clark

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