According to Matthew Seaman:
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> Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
> > On 2007-12-27 11:02, Gary Kline <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >> I've been trtryinng to rebuild everything on tao to get my i810
> >> graphics working. Somehow, mutt bbroke. It seems to break with
> >> something undefined in perl5.8.
> >> Anybody know what this is:
> >> Undefined symbol "__sbmaskrune" ?
> > That's odd. The mutt-devel port (which I am using to type and post this
> > message) does not seem to depend on Perl:
> > % $ pkg_info -r mutt\*
> > % Information for mutt-devel-...
> > %
> > % Depends on:
> > % Dependency: ispell-3.2.06_18
> > % Dependency: mime-support-3.39.1
> > % Dependency: libiconv-1.11_1
> > % Dependency: gettext-0.16.1_3
> > %
> > % $
> This is caused by a change to various ctype functions to do with
> improved UTF8 support recently, which inadvertently broke ABI
> compatability on RELENG_6. The change has since been reverted, but
> it seems that you were unlucky enough to install or upgrade some
> software during the month or so that it was in place, so that it
> is referring to symbols that do not exist in libc.so.
> Perl is just one of the places where __sbmaskrune can show up.
> There's been quite a lot of discussion of it on various lists
> This, precisely, is the commit message where the ABI breakage you've
> seen was created:
> and here is where it was fixed:
> To sort out your system, basically make sure you're running a RELENG_6
> version from after the fix was committed, and then I'm afraid you've
> just got to reinstall any software that shows the symptoms. Anything
> installed before the original commit that broke things will be fine --
> it's just software that was recompiled using a RELENG_6 system from
> between 24 October and 20 November.
> It's only RELENG_6 that was affected -- the change went into
> RELENG_7 (and HEAD) where ABI changes are permitted with the new major
> version number, but RELENG_6_2, RELENG_6_3 and other release branches
> never had this patch applied.
Thanks lots, Matthew. I cvsup'd before my rebuild. I'm
running 6.2 or later everywhere. Hopefully up rebuilds
will straighten things out.
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