Steven D. Yee wrote:
I'm seeing multiple errors from make test and I can't seem to
figure out how to get rid of them. As far as I can
tell it builds correctly.


[...]

../lib/integer..............................NOK 10
#   Failed test 'left shift'
#   in ../lib/integer.t at line 49.
#          got: '-4292583424'
#     expected: '-9223372036854775808'
# Looks like you failed 1 test of 11.
../lib/integer..............................dubious
         Test returned status 1 (wstat 256, 0x100)
DIED. FAILED test 10
         Failed 1/11 tests, 90.91% okay


I did try building with WITHOUT_PERL_64BITINT=yes  but that didn't
seem to make a difference, although its possible that I screwed that
up since conf.sh still shows multiple references to 64 bit ints (even 
use64bitint is defined)

does anyone have any pointers as to what may be going on? or where to start looking?

This looks like the build is bringing in 64bitness when it shouldn't (or vice versa). The build process might have remnants of the previous config run lying around (in Policy.sh and/or config.sh). Step down into the build directory and delete these two files, and build again.

Or, better yet, just delete the entire ./work directory, and build it again.

Later,
DAvid

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