On Mon, Jun 24, 2002 at 07:09:45PM +0900, Motoyuki Konno wrote: > Hi, > > I found that ports/devel/libtool and ports/devel/gmake are broken > on today's FreeBSD-current. I attached the error log to this mail. > It seems that these problems caused by the recent changes (on Jul 21) > to /usr/bin/sed. > > I tried to build ports/devel/libtool using old /usr/binsed > (before Jul 21), everything goes well.
Thanks for reporting this. I found an off-by-one error I introduced by removing the trailing newline from the pattern space in the `y' (transliterate) command. The last character of the pattern space was never modified, because the code wrongly assumed a newline was there. Here's an example of the broken behaviour: $ echo oooo | sed 'y/o/O/' OOOo Good behaviour w/ fixed sed: $ echo 'oooo' | sed 'y/o/O/' OOOO After applying the patch I'm about to commit, libtool 1.4d compiles fine. Tim To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message