Kevin O'Gorman writes:
> I did a 'su root' and a 'make install', then as my normal user
> self, attempted to do the regression tests. They failed and
> left the attached file in install.log. It points at a problem
> with permissions on a file left behind by the 'make install'
> in the Perl stuff.
The Perl interface build is a big, ugly hack. I'm going to modify the
regression tests to omit the Perl directory when creating its temporary
install, but replacing the hack is still a bonus project for someone.
> BTW, I'm back from the tip because of instability when I started
> looking at this stuff. Is it stable enough to install and run
Probably not wildly more stable than, say, a week ago.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net http://yi.org/peter-e/
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