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Re: new coreutils snapshot; are they useful?

From: Matthew Woehlke
Subject: Re: new coreutils snapshot; are they useful?
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 16:34:37 -0600
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Matthew Woehlke wrote:
Jim Meyering wrote:
Last night I made another coreutils snapshot:



If you take the time to build/test, it'd be nice to let me or the list
know, even if it's just to say that everything went fine. [snip]

I'm going to give AIX another run, since I ran into problems last time.

After jumping through hoops to get configure to use -qlanglvl=extc99 (people don't want me creating a /usr/include/stdbool.h and xlc doesn't seem to pay attention to INCLUDE, I finally had to explicitly use CFLAGS=-I<path-to-stdbool.h>), it built clean, which is an improvement over last time when as you'll recall I had problems with the strstr declaration. I'll be pleasantly surprised if it passes 'make check' cleanly, as that tends to hit false positives and/or kernel bugs, but it's looking good!

Thanks again for the snapshots. :-)

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