On 04/03/11 13:09, Philip Martin wrote:
> John Beranek <john_at_redux.org.uk> writes:
>>> That could be tricky. You are using 64-bit Fedora 14, what version of
>>> gcc and APR are you using? I can't reproduce it on my Debian/oldstable
>>> box. Fedora 14 is a cutting edge distribution, could it be a compiler
>> Fedora 14 is almost halfway to being obsolete, in Fedora's mind. ;)
>> I've answered for gcc already, and:
>> $ rpm -q apr
> One thing you could try is identifying which revision causes the
> problem. I'm guessing that r1072301 will PASS, it would be good to
> know which is the first revision to FAIL.
Hmm, no - r1072301 FAILs too.
John Beranek To generalise is to be an idiot.
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