In article <20170410215338.12a45f...@cvs.netbsd.org>, Jaromir Dolecek
wrote: >-=-=-=-=-=- > >just do not autoload scsiverbose module, it causes deadlock if it happens >while root fs is being mounted > >adresses second part of PR kern/52147 by Michael van Elst, thank you Can't we fix this a different way? What's the problem? christos
On Monday 10 April 2017 02:26:50 co...@sdf.org wrote: > -DIGIT [0-9A-F] > +DIGIT [0-9A-Z] > > Looks off, is that intended? $ ./bc ibase 10 obase 10 ibase = Z+1 ibase 36 1679615 obase = Z+1 obase 01 00 35 35 35 35 1Z36AQ16836 01 35 03 06 10 26 01 06 08 03 06 quit The real question is outputting stuff in base 36 should also use G-Z, but that might need to be a flag to bc because that breaks POSIX output. Allowing base 36 inputs doesn't cause problems with existing programs. --Phil
joerg mentions you can get around the dummy returns/breaks after bc_exit to quiet compiler warnings by tagging it dead
Hi, -DIGIT [0-9A-F] +DIGIT [0-9A-Z] Looks off, is that intended? Thanks.