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zsh 4.3.0 dev 1 with cygwin1.dll 1.5.15
- From: <scowles at earthlink dot net>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2005 13:17:57 -0700
- Subject: zsh 4.3.0 dev 1 with cygwin1.dll 1.5.15
- Organization: personal
- Reply-to: scowles at earthlink dot net
I have had no success running zsh 4.3.0 dev 1 on the last two releases of
CYGWIN_NT-5.1 host 1.5.14(0.126/4/2) 2005-04-01 13:40 i686
CYGWIN_NT-5.1 host 1.5.15(0.127/4/2) 2005-04-18 12:20 i686
The builds of zsh proceed with no undue problems, but test A05 fails. The
following is the message from running the cvs version of 4.3.0 dev 1 (pulled
about 10h00 PDT, GMT +0700, 19 apr 2005) against cygwin1.dll
Test ./A05execution.ztst failed: bad status 1, expected 0 from:
6 [main] zsh 2052 fork_parent: child 3084 died waiting for longjmp
(eval):4: fork failed: interrupt
Was testing: path (1)
./A05execution.ztst: test failed.
249108 [main] zsh 2052 fork_parent: child 3640 died waiting for longjmp
ZTST_cleanup:2: fork failed: no such file or directory
When I try to run this build of zsh, every call to a non-builtin resource
results in a fork failure. Is there some user configurable resource that
might fix this problem? I thought that might be the easiest solution since
the 1.5.13 release of cygwin1.dll did not result in such problems and I've
made no known changes to my system configuration since that release.
Otherwise, I'd be glad to help debug. My platform is WinXP/SP2, cygwin.
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