unstable11x: libiconv broken since a long time
steffen at sdaoden.eu
Mon Dec 23 23:22:15 CET 2019
Dagobert Michelsen wrote in <F3601AE4-3263-41E1-B518-967D6785FEB8 at opencs\
|> Am 23.12.2019 um 18:24 schrieb Steffen Nurpmeso <steffen at sdaoden.eu>:
|> I attach the actual snippet as a shell script, it creates a t.c
|> and then tries to compile a t.exe. It fails on unstable11x.
|Ah yes, I should have noticed earlier: you are using /usr/ccs/bin/gcc \
|shipped as part of Solaris. That one defaults to -m64. You can use
|/opt/csw/bin/gcc instead or use -m32 explicitly.
Aha. Hm, ok. Well -m64 looks good to me, except for all the bits
which are 0:-)
But want to note that i am a happy user of OpenCSW.org for quite
some years now, and keeping my little mailer SunOS 5.9-11
compatible ever since, and never having seen this problem until
i would say after August this year (once there was the last
release), so something must have changed? I do not keep any logs,
i cannot say what, actually. Did the order in $PATH change?
But yes, i recognize changes on the boxes. For example it seems
that the NFS server changed also on SunOS 5.10, as i now see NFS
caused test failures which did not happen in August: both of those
now create shadow files when creating links, so that the link
count is 2 instead of the tested-against 1. Well.
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