On Sat, Dec 15, 2018 at 3:50 PM Bruno Haible <br...@clisp.org> wrote: > While testing a grep snapshot on NetBSD 8, I see that the gnulib test > 'test-openat-safer' fails: > > FAIL: test-openat-safer > ======================= > > ../../gnulib-tests/test-openat-safer.c:101: assertion 'STDERR_FILENO < fd' > failed > FAIL test-openat-safer (exit status: 134) > > > The reason is that the test is too strong: It verifies that > "Using a bad directory is okay for absolute paths". But this is not guaranteed > by POSIX  (as far as I understand it). Only the Linux man page specifies > this . > > So let's conditionalize this test. > >  http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/functions/open.html >  https://linux.die.net/man/2/openat > > 2018-12-15 Bruno Haible <br...@clisp.org> > > openat-safer tests: Avoid test failure on NetBSD 8. > * tests/test-openat-safer.c (main): Execute a Linux specific test only > on Linux.
Looks fine to me. Thank you, Bruno.