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[Bug 6809] Not passing make test with perl 5.14.2
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Kevin A. McGrail <kmcgrail@pccc.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Kevin A. McGrail <kmcgrail@pccc.com> ---
First, also failing on

t/whitelist_addrs.t ............... 11/35 Not found: spamyes =
X-Spam-Status: Yes at t/whitelist_addrs.t line 65.
# Failed test 11 in t/SATest.pm at line 748
Output can be examined in: log/d.whitelist_addrs/11
t/whitelist_addrs.t ............... 23/35 Not found: spamyes =
X-Spam-Status: Yes at t/whitelist_addrs.t line 154.
# Failed test 23 in t/SATest.pm at line 748 fail #2
Output can be examined in: log/d.whitelist_addrs/23
t/whitelist_addrs.t ............... 35/35 Not found: spamyes =
X-Spam-Status: Yes at t/whitelist_addrs.t line 245.
# Failed test 35 in t/SATest.pm at line 748 fail #3
Output can be examined in: log/d.whitelist_addrs/35


Second: sa-compile.t does NOT fail with re2c 0.13.5 for me.

Third, John's failures might be in 5.12.4 and I transposed the perl version in
my tests.

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--- Comment #2 from John Hardin <jhardin@impsec.org> ---
For me this appears to have been due to the library layout on x86_64 Gentoo; I
was having failures in make_install.t for a long time but as I was primarily
interested in rules lint and masschecks I just deleted make_install.t from my
local tree rather than troubleshooting it.

Today per Kevin's comments in email I tested and checked in a fix for my
environment (commit 1351382), but I was pretty specific. I don't know why this
particular issue would be Perl-specific, it appears more distro-specific.

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