> > 2) maintain a running list of porting problems. I've seen patches
> > submitted, and some patches applied, but *no* complete reports of "OK,
> > it works now" afterwards (I may be overstating this a bit, but you get
> > my point ;). But that contributes to...
> Practically all of the currently-outstanding reports have to do with
> updating regress test expected results. I made some progress on that
> last night but there are more to do. Our standards seem to be higher
> now than they used to be --- people are expecting all the tests to
> pass with no noise. So far, I don't think that anyone has reported
> regress test failures that actually suggest a porting problem.
> We do have a major problem with portability of plperl. I have yet
> to build a working version of it at all; in fact I haven't heard
> confirmation that it works from *anyone* other than the author.
> Has anyone else tried to use it?
Yes, I am inclined to disable the build for 7.0 final unless it works.
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