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Re: Compilation order

From: Paul Smith
Subject: Re: Compilation order
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2008 18:11:20 -0400

On Sun, 2008-10-26 at 21:50 +0100, Ralf Wildenhues wrote:
> I'm not sure whether it's fixed.  I think it's first mentioned here,
> which also points to some bug numbers:
> <>

Ah.  Yes, that's fixed.

> You can try GraphicsMagick for a larger nonrecursive build.
> OpenMPI is large all in all, has many variables, but only parts
> that are nonrecursive, so I have no idea whether it is a good
> test for you.

OK, I'll look at these; thanks.

> > I wanted to do
> > glibc which is where the memory usage situation was first reported, but
> > they don't seem to be creating buildable tarballs anymore and my trivial
> > attempt to run "cvs co", "./configure", and "make" failed miserably :-/.
> Given that they advertise their CVS tree stability, I think that would
> qualify for a bug report then.  I guess for testing you could try
> checking out their last release tag though.

I did check out the 2.8 release branch version.  Hrm, I think I see it:
the configure found mawk instead of gawk.  That should be simple enough
to fix.

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