> >> Do you know how to tell the difference between what you have and
> >> the freebsd releases that produce the small-is-zero results?
> > I don't know in what context you're talking about detecting this,
> > but, how's this?
> We need to know it in the context of the pg_regress shell script,
> which at the moment wants to make those decisions on the basis of
> the "host" string determined by configure. Unless the OS version
> number from uname is different between the fixed and broken
> releases, we gotta problem ...
I don't know if there's a better way of doing this with an if, but:
case `uname` in
echo "Using FreeBSD"
if [ `sysctl -n kern.osreldate` -gt 500112 ]; then
echo "Non-broken stdtod()"
echo "Broken stdtod()"
echo "Not FreeBSD"
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