Bauke Jan Douma
bjdouma at xs4all.nl
Sun Nov 26 13:36:24 PST 2006
Vladimir A. Pavlov wrote on 26-11-06 20:26:
> On Sunday 26 November 2006 21:25, Bauke Jan Douma wrote:
>>> In the event I do continue the building with the command "make install"
>>> after getting this failure reports as mentioned above then I receive the
>>> failure report in the "INSTALL-ERROR-STRIPPED" file as attached.
>> Did you just say you did 'make install' after getting 'make check'
>> That might be your problem right there. You should /never/ ignore
>> these errors -- least of all with glibc.
> Wrong. There are _always_ a few errors when making check for gcc and
I was talking strictly about glibc, which seems to me the matter
of subject here.
> The main question is how many errors one has. Usually gcc has less than
> 10 errors, glibc has less than 5 errors. What do you see after running
> the following?
> grep Error glibc-check-log
> For example, there is usually a line like "Error 1 (Ignored)" there.
Yes, the explicitly to be ignored annexc error, but other than that,
the grep of your supplied link with the glibc 'make check' log yields
no Error's. True -- that is less than 5 ;-)
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