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From:
Steve Peters
Date:
April 26, 2008 11:31
Subject:
Re: Closing tickets in RT
Message ID:
fd7a59d30804261130n595d5932rba8eeb7053b76c20@mail.gmail.com
On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 10:58 AM, Bram <p5p@perl.wizbit.be> wrote:
> Hello,
>
>  I just took a look at some of the open tickets on rt.perl.org.
>
>  The following tickets can be marked as resolved:
>
>  #52672: regexp failure: (?=) turns into OPFAIL: Patch applied (#33667)
>  #52452: map isn't context aware in some cases: not a bug
>  #52126: POSIX::strftime hangs on %Z under cygwin: Patch applied (#29350)
>  #52104: Text::Wrap::wrap() generates a segfault with Cyrillic characters
> when the utf8 flag is turned on: Patch applied (#33580)
>  #51842: open(OUT, ">-") != open(OUT, ">", "-"): not a bug
>  #51642: waitpid() example in perlfunc(1) is bogus: not a bug
>  #51636: segmentation fault with array ties: Patch applied (#33495)
>  #51394: String processing error (concatonation+regexp): not a bug (message
> answered via RT - still waiting for it to show up on p5p)
>

I've marked all of these tickets as resolved.

>
>  #52368: Issues installing Perl 5.10
>
>  The problem is resolved (missing libm.a package) but perhaps Configure can
> test if it is installed or not?
>

I think it would be a good idea to ensure that libm is installed.  My
guess is that adding it to the AIX hints file would help to head off
these repeated build problems.

Steve Peters
steve@fisharerojo.org

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