4.26.7, bayes rebuild, confused. -- 4.26.8

Julian Field mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Mon Feb 2 18:05:19 GMT 2004

At 17:57 02/02/2004, you wrote:
>FWIW, it happened a couple of centuries ago, but I recall having serious
>trouble making Perl's flock() work on Solaris... same situation, all
>development done under linux without a hitch and Solaris ignored all the
>locking... and it wasn't an interoperability problem, since I was
>competing against my own script...
>The point is I don't quite remember what we did to solve it (we is an
>understatement, since it wasn't me programming, I was just the
>designer)... it must have been perl 5.6.x and Solaris 7, but I'm not sure
>Seems like you'll need a Solaris box to test it thoroughly... I wouldn't
>even trust Solaris-x86 to behave identically to Solaris-Sparc :-(

I've got an Ultra-5 so I can do a real test. If necessary, I can build a 
Solaris-x86 box too. But as you say, the best place to try it is a real sparc.

>El 2 Feb 2004 a las 14:06, Julian Field escribió:
> > I have just posted version 4.26.8.
> >
> > The problem did not appear on Linux, but does appear on Solaris. You can
> > now disable all the relevant code by setting
>Mariano Absatz
>El Baby
>Oops. My brain just hit a bad sector.

Julian Field
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