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Re: stack overflow / partial success

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: stack overflow / partial success
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 11:37:58 +0100
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Rainer Tammer <address@hidden> writes:

> Ludovic Courtès wrote:

>> Right, but doesn't `configure' detect this?  The output of
>> "grep inline config.log" should show it.
> Unfortunately no ...

So what does "grep inline config.log" show?!

> Not really:
> -qtune=<option> Specifies the architecture system for which the
> executable program is optimized.
> Possible values: 403, 604, auto, balanced, ppc970, pwr3, pwr4, pwr5,
> pwr6, rs64a, rs64b, rs64c
> auto is: Object code optimized for the hardware platform on which the
> program is compiled.
> So this option only specifies the platform.
> -O<level> specifies the optimizations used:


> The -brtl dos the following:

OK, that's something Guile's `configure' should not worry about, I

>> There's only one place where `hstrerror ()' is used, and it's enclosed
>> in `#if HAVE_STRERROR'. 
> Unfortunately HAVE_STRERROR is defined to 1 ...

Sorry, I really meant `HAVE_HSTRERROR' (with `H'), which must be
undefined on AIX, right?


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