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Brent "Dax" Royal-Gordon <br...@brentdax.com> wrote:
> Renaming did it. freeze/thaw for PerlNum checked in, with test.Fine, thanks.
> The first time I ran tests after compiling, I got a failure inIt's mainly a problem with the test script (and likely timing of
> t/pmc/signals.t--it thought that no tests had run, and the harness
> eventually reported 12/6 subtests of signals.t failed. Immediately
> re-running make test came out fine; I added the new PerlNum test to
> freeze.t and ran it a third time, which also passed. I guess it was a
that). The test is of course a big hack.
>> Yep. Albeit newer gcc versions seem to be faster.Pah. That's a really new one ;)
> brent@server-navi/~/parrot% gcc -v
> Reading specs from /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-linux/2.95.4/specs
> gcc version 2.95.4 20011002 (Debian prerelease)
$ gcc -v
But ony my laptop I have:
gcc-version 3.3.3 20040110 (prerelease) (Debian)
> So my compiler's almost as old as Parrot itself. Typical Debian. A$ apt-get install gcc # w. appropriate sources.list?
> project for the weekend, perhaps...
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