On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 8:23 PM, David Kastrup <d...@gnu.org> wrote:
> Johannes Sixt <j.s...@viscovery.net> writes:
>> Am 2/12/2014 13:55, schrieb David Kastrup:
>>> Johannes Sixt <j.s...@viscovery.net> writes:
>>>> Running test suite of 'next' on Windows fails in t5310-pack-bitmaps with
>>>> the following symptoms. I haven't followed the topic. Have there been
>>>> patches floating that addressed the problem in one way or another?
>>>> (gdb) run
>>>> Starting program: D:\Src\mingw-git\t\trash
>>>> directory.t5310-pack-bitmaps/..\..\git.exe rev-list --test-bitmap
>>>> HEAD
>>>> [New thread 3528.0x8d4]
>>>> Bitmap v1 test (20 entries loaded)
>>>> Found bitmap for 537ea4d3eb79c95f602873b1167c480006d2ac2d. 64 bits
>>>> / 15873b36 checksum
>>> Does reverting a201c20b41a2f0725977bcb89a2a66135d776ba2 help?
>> YES! t5310 passes after reverting this commit.
> Oh.  I just looked through the backtrace until finding a routine
> reasonably related with the regtest and checked for the last commit
> changing it, then posted my question.
> Then I looked through the diff of the patch and considered it
> unconspicuous.  So I commenced reading through earlier commits.
> I actually don't have a good idea what might be wrong here.  The code is
> somewhat distasteful as it basically uses eword_t and uint64_t
> interchangeably, but then this does match its current definition.

Perhaps __BYTE_ORDER or __BIG_ENDIAN is misdefined and the ntohll() is skipped?
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