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authorThomas Schwinge <tschwinge@gnu.org>2012-05-13 06:06:11 +0200
committerThomas Schwinge <tschwinge@gnu.org>2012-05-13 06:06:11 +0200
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+[[!tag open_issue_glibc]]
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+
+# IRC, OFTC, #debian-hurd, 2012-04-23
+
+ <pinotree> diffing the octave i386 vs hurd-i386 build logs gives
+ interesting surprises
+ <youpi> checking whether this system has an arbitrary file name length
+ limit... no | checking whether this system has an arbitrary
+ file name length limit... yes
+ <youpi> ?
+ <pinotree> not only that
+ <youpi> checking whether getcwd handles long file names properly... yes
+ | checking whether getcwd handles long file names properly... no, but it
+ is partly worki+
+ <youpi> ?
+ <pinotree> -checking whether fdopendir works... yes
+ <pinotree> +checking whether fdopendir works... no
+ <pinotree> (- is i386, + is hurd-i386)
+ <pinotree> -checking whether getlogin_r works with small buffers... yes
+ <pinotree> +checking whether getlogin_r works with small buffers... no
+ <pinotree> -checking for working mkstemp... yes
+ <pinotree> +checking for working mkstemp... no
+ <pinotree> +checking for working nanosleep... no (mishandles large
+ arguments)