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7.1beta6 on NetBSD-1.5/i386 fails geometry test in 'make check'

From: Giles Lean <giles(at)nemeton(dot)com(dot)au>
To: pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: 7.1beta6 on NetBSD-1.5/i386 fails geometry test in 'make check'
Date: 2001-03-22 09:11:33
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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 ----
+ geometry/i386.*-netbsd=geometry-positive-zeros-bsd



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