Dodge an ancient ksh bug that breaks configure on some platforms.
8.4.10's configure script suddenly started failing on platforms that use
older versions of ksh as /bin/sh. It turns out to be a ksh bug that's
triggered by here-document delimiters falling across bufferload boundaries:
Hopefully this will get fixed before we trip over it again, but to make
8.4.10 releasable, add a comment to move the boundaries to dodge the bug.
Per buildfarm members koi and warthog, plus a report from Bjorn Munch of
the identical failure on Solaris 10.
configure | 3 +++
configure.in | 3 +++
2 files changed, 6 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
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