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RE: release candidate 5 available--build results

From: Marshall DeBerry
Subject: RE: release candidate 5 available--build results
Date: Sun, 31 Jul 2005 20:02:06 -0400

Results so far:
  Mac OS X 10.4.2
  Builds and passes all tests and distcheck

Solaris 9 with gcc 3.4.2:

 Builds ok with LD_LIBRARY_PATH and SHLIB_PATH initialized properly.

 Make check fails with two errors. Switching to use the sh shell (not BASH)
 and using gnu diff,  make check reports the following two failures:

You have discovered a bug in PSPP.
  Please report this, by sending an email to address@hidden,
explaining what you were doing when this happened, and including
a sample of your input file which caused it.
Also, please copy the following lines into your bug report:
bare_version:        0.4.0
version:             GNU pspp 0.4.0
stat_version:        GNU pspp 0.4.0  (Sun Jul 31 19:44:02 EDT 2005).
host_system:         sparc-sun-solaris2.9
build_system:        sparc-sun-solaris2.9
default_config_path: ~/.pspp:/usr/local/etc/pspp
include_path:        ./:~/.pspp/include:/usr/local/share/pspp
locale_dir:          /usr/local/share/locale
compiler version:    3.4.2
Diagnosis: Assertion failed: tab.c:611; (r < table->nr)
run program
FAIL: command/

The second failure is still with Many lines are 
Printed, ending with the following:

< (X = 5.00); 0 / x => 0.00
< (X = 5.00); mod(0, x) => 0.00
< (X = 5.00); x ** 1 => 5.00
< (X = 5.00); x ** 2 => 25.00
compare optimizing output
FAIL: expressions/
2 of 93 tests failed
Please report to address@hidden


-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden
[mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Ben Pfaff
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 5:54 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: release candidate 5 available

0.4.0rc5 is now available from

This is a big change from rc4.  Even if you tested rc4 and found
it worked well for you, it would still be appreciated if you
would also try rc5.

Changes for rc5:

        - Adopted use of gnulib for portability.  This is a big source
          change, but the source tree was seriously not doing well on
          anything but GNU/Linux.  Anyone checking out the CVS tree
          now will also have to get a copy of gnulib.  See the updated
          README.CVS for details.

        - Importantly, does *not* append -ansi to GCC command line.
          Using -ansi changes the behavior of header files
          significantly.  It causes __STRICT_ANSI__ to be defined, and
          some headers interpret that as cause to e.g. not use `long
          long' or __attribute__.  The former example is bad when off_t
          is supposed to be `long long', and the latter prevents
          -Wformat from working.

        - Got rid of unused test.

        - Tested on GNU/Linux/i386 and Solaris/Sparc and fixed all
          problems found.

        - Updated to gettext 0.14.5.

        - Fix a few minor bugs found during above changes.

        - Updated INSTALL.

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