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Re: Cygwin build report on Windows XP

From: Simon Josefsson
Subject: Re: Cygwin build report on Windows XP
Date: Tue, 12 Jan 2010 23:35:16 +0100
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Bruno Haible <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi Simon,
>> The tests that failed were:
>> file_has_acl("tmpdir0") returned yes, expected no
>> FAIL: test-file-has-acl.sh
> This is normal and expected. In Cygwin 1.5.x, setacl and chown don't
> harmonize: if a program calls setacl after chown, the permissions are
> wrong, and if the program calls chown after setacl, the ACL is wrong.
> I don't know how to copy an ACL *and* the permission bits of a file
> to another file.

Do we know whether this is a limitation of the system?  If we know that
for certain, I think the self-test should SKIP rather than FAIL.

>> Starting test_cond .../bin/sh: line 5:  3124 Aborted                 (core 
>> dumped)
>> FAIL: test-cond.exe
>> Starting test_lock .../bin/sh: line 5:  1336 Aborted                 (core 
>> dumped)
>> FAIL: test-lock.exe
>> Starting test_tls .../bin/sh: line 5:  3444 Aborted                 (core 
>> dumped)
>> FAIL: test-tls.exe
> The pthread implementation is apparently broken on Cygwin, see
> <http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2009-08/msg00283.html>. I have added some
> code to m4/threadlib.m4 that disables threads on Cygwin 1.5.x by default.
> So, for me, the results are:


> What's the result of "uname -r" on your machine?


It is on a newly installed system.

>> cannot create data file: No such file or directory
>> FAIL: test-posix_spawn3.exe
> Fixed as below.



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