matthew at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue May 26 13:26:56 PDT 2009
On Tue, 26 May 2009 14:32:48 -0500, Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> #2398 Coreutils-7.4 fails 2 stty tests unassigned
> I could not duplicate this problem. I recommend closing, but Matt should
> do it.
Thanks, Bruce. Before I close this, I'd like a shout out from anyone using
either VirtualBox or jhalfs as I suspect one or the other is the cause of
this issue. They're the only things I can think of that may affect stty like
this. Bruce, as you'll be using jhalfs to tackle the build-logs issue, it'd
be interesting to see if you run into this issue then.
> #2399 GCC-4.4.0 fails 7 tests unexpectedly unassigned
> I could duplicate this, but it's a known common issue. I recommend
> closing, but Matt should do it.
I think the exsiting note covers these failures, so I've closed it now.
> #2410 Inconsistencies in Chapter 5 glibc unassigned
> This is a text only change in an abbreviated discussion of locales. I'd
> fix it, but I don't know what should be said. I'm looking for feedback here.
Added to the ticket.
> #2418 6.25. Grep-2.5.4 test errors unassigned
> The text doesn't match my results. I'd like to get confirmation on this
> one. Again, I'll take it if someone else doesn't get it before the weekend.
Confirmed. I'll hopefully take a look at the text some time this week.
> #2419 gdbm sbu and disk usage values are missing from packages.ent
> I'll fix this when I do #2330
Thanks. As I'm constrained to building under a VirtualBox environment, I
don't trust my SBUs to be anywhere near accurate.
> Selected tickets marked for 7.0 that could be done for 6.5 while we are
> #2337 Kbd-1.15 doesn't map U+2010 to U+002d in lat1-16 font
> I'm thinking that a short hint be written to address this and a pointer be
> placed in the book to the pointer. Comments?
I wouldn't even both, to be honest Bruce. I'd just mark this as WONTFIX, or
even introduce a new status/resolution as 'UPSTREAM'. This has been fixed
upstream so we're just waiting on a new release (a lot like our
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