Re: 1.35 -> 1.43: Overlooking Something Obvious ...

From: Jim Rosenberg (
Date: Tue 18 Sep 2001 - 15:40:13 UTC

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    On 17 Sep 2001, at 16:09, I wrote:

    > I'm trying to upgrade an Intel system running OpenBSD 2.8-stable from
    > Anomy 1.35 to 1.43. On my development machine, all the tests pass
    > fine except for sanitizer.filenames. On the production machine none
    > of the tests work. I'm getting a lot of output files that say
    > nothing but *** Exit code was 255 ***.

    OK, I think I've got this figured out. On the production machine I
    have a file


    On the development machine I don't. This file is the wrong version
    for 1.43. It shows as

    $Id:,v 1.25 2001/02/01 00:10:51 bre Exp $

    but the one for 1.43 I'm showing as

    $Id:,v 1.35 2001/09/04 15:49:11 bre Exp $

    If I run ./ from the testcases directory and say

    setenv PERL5OPT -I../bin

    then I get the same results on the production machine as the
    development machine. It looks like on the production machine I'm
    picking up the *wrong version* of, which would explain
    a lot.

    Suggestion: maybe should include something like setenv
    PERL5OPT -I../bin, and a message to be sure to install the modules in
    ../bin into your Perl library??

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    Jim Rosenberg
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