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Re: Fixing Failures on Mac OS X 10.1

From: Noah Misch
Subject: Re: Fixing Failures on Mac OS X 10.1
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2004 15:55:47 -0700
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.6i

On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 07:35:50AM +0900, Peter O'Gorman wrote:
> Noah Misch wrote:
> >I am working to make the libtool test suite pass on Mac OS X 10.1.  Status:
> >
> >====================================
> >24 of 87 tests failed
> >(13 tests were not run)
> >Please report to address@hidden
> >====================================
> >
> >If others are working on this, let us collaborate.  I suspect most folks
> >upgraded long ago, though.
> Last time I checked libtool passed all but quote.test on Mac OS X 10.1. It 
> will never pass quote.test unless you replace /bin/sh with something other 
> than zsh.

I made zsh pass quote.test, but I now get failed {mdemo,pdemo,demo}-make.test
and subsequent tests in that series, but I know the cause (more zsh quoting) and
am testing a fix.

I think everything would just magically work if I were to pull a quick `ln -f
/sw/bin/bash /bin/sh', but I'm rather afraid to do that, lest it break a startup
script and impede booting.  Have others done this without problems?

> Which version of libtool are you talking about?

CVS HEAD.  I get a similar degree of failure from 1.5.6, but I assumed HEAD
would be the best place to hack.

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