> Found t. There is an implicit assumption that . is in the path.
> Considering that puting it there is a security risk, perhaps this
> should be fixed ?
Can't reproduce it here. Removed current directory from path, and did:
and it worked fine. Can you add set -x to the top of configure, and
show the actual test that is failing?
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