On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 2:49 PM, walt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 08/09/2010 12:33 PM, Kevin O'Gorman wrote:
Now I find that not only
do the gdbm modules of python and perl reject my files, but so does a C program that uses the distributed
You didn't say how long ago the problem started, but looking at the
files in sys-libs/gdbm I see nothing newer than March 20. *Is your
problem newer than March 20?
Have you tried running your test program with strace?
I hadn't done anything with that application in over a year, so I did not have any way to narrow it down.
As it happens, I had a sudden rush of brains to the head and read the ewarn message that comes out
when you compile gdbm, to the effect that 32-bit systems may have to rebuild, etc, etc.
As I suspected, it was LFS-related.
Write it off as a case of RTFLog.
Now all I have to do is discover why an ewarn wasn't emailed to me -- I thought I had that set up.