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Please put these fixes from CVS HEAD into branch_release-1-6

From: Matthias Koeppe
Subject: Please put these fixes from CVS HEAD into branch_release-1-6
Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2003 20:21:42 +0100

Earlier this year, I reported a build problem of Guile on Solaris
when using the Sun/Forte compiler.  The fix was put only put into CVS

2003-07-27  Marius Vollmer  <address@hidden>

        * (__libc_stack_end): Actually use the value in
        __libc_stack_end for something so that the access doesn't get
        optimized away.  Thanks to Matthias Koeppe!

Today I tried to build a Guile from branch_release-1-6 and ran into
the same old problem.  Can you please put this fix into the stable
branch?  Thank you.

---  Tue Nov  4 14:23:03 2003
+++        Tue Nov  4 18:44:37 2003
@@ -325,8 +325,9 @@
               inet_pton inet_ntop)
 AC_MSG_CHECKING(for __libc_stack_end)
-AC_TRY_LINK([extern char *__libc_stack_end;],
-            [char *p = __libc_stack_end;],
+AC_TRY_LINK([#include <stdio.h>
+extern char *__libc_stack_end;],
+             [printf("%p", (char*) __libc_stack_end);],

The same, though less critical, applies to this fix:

2003-02-27  Matthias Koeppe  <address@hidden>

        * format.scm (format:out-substr): Update the column counter
        correctly. This fixes the behavior of ~T (tabbing) after ~F, for

Index: ice-9/format.scm
RCS file: /cvs/guile/guile-core/ice-9/format.scm,v
retrieving revision
diff -u -r1.11.2.1 format.scm
--- ice-9/format.scm    27 Nov 2001 22:30:04 -0000
+++ ice-9/format.scm    4 Nov 2003 17:50:42 -0000
@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@
   (do ((k i (+ k 1)))
       ((= k n))
     (write-char (string-ref str k) format:port))
-  (set! format:output-col (+ format:output-col n)))
+  (set! format:output-col (+ format:output-col (- n i))))
 ;(define (format:out-fill n ch)       ; this allocates a new string
 ;  (format:out-str (make-string n ch)))

Matthias Koeppe --

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