[ I sent a similar message with less information to -bugs earlier, and
it got held for moderation. The moderator might like to kill that
one ... ]
PostgreSQL 7.1beta6 built on NetBSD-1.5/i386 fails the polygon test in
'make check'. The following change to resultmap makes all tests
(other than random :-) pass on this platform.
This change isn't completely correct:
1. NetBSD-1.4.2/i386 wants geometry-positive-zeros, not *-bsd
Perhaps 1.4.X/i386 and earlier should be presumed to use the
current form, and 1.5 and later the -bsd one? Any floating point
gurus know what the changes are in NetBSD that caused this?
(1.4.2/i386 fails several other tests at the moment.)
2. I don't know what non-alpha, non-i386 ports want at either
1.4.X or 1.5.
*** src/test/regress/resultmap-dist Sat Feb 24 05:12:36 2001
--- src/test/regress/resultmap Thu Mar 22 19:09:30 2001
*** 17,22 ****
--- 17,23 ----
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