|Subject:||Re: Simpler example of pathological behavior of directory caching|
|Date:||Thu, 6 Oct 2016 13:46:31 -0700|
> 4.2.1 definitely broken, at least on my system.
It works on my system. I've tried it multiple times. I'm using Ubuntu
GNOME 16.04.1, with GNU libc 2.23, on an ext4 filesystem.
I can't explain why your system is behaving differently. Perhaps your
version of libc has an issue with the glob() or fnmatch() functions
(it's happened before). Or maybe there's a bug in GNU make which is
system-dependent in some way.
Clearly, but it appears to be a defect that can only reproduced on your
system (so far), so you'll have to do a bit more digging. Rewriting
the directory caching facility isn't the answer.
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