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Re: signal handling different in 1.8.3 than 1.8.1?

From: Gregory Marton
Subject: Re: signal handling different in 1.8.3 than 1.8.1?
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 11:24:53 -0400 (EDT)


Having done these steps, it did indeed make check, and with the --without-threads flag, it even passed the timeout tests!

I'm happy with this for now. Is non-threading ever likely to be unsupported?


Hi Gregory,

Gregory Marton <address@hidden> writes:

While trying to compile the latest on the 1.8 branch,

gen-scmconfig.c: In function 'main':
gen-scmconfig.c:388: error: stray '@' in program

This indicates that your `scmconfig.h' is broken.

Normally, `scmconfig.h' is produced from `scmconfig.h.in' by
`config.status', i.e., at the end of the `configure' run.  All `@'
variables found in the `.in' file should be substituted by their value,
which is not the case here.

You may want to run "make distclean && autoheader && autoreconf -vfi"
and then rebuild the whole thing:

 $ ./configure -C --enable-maintainer-mode && make all check

Hope this helps,

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