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Re: libgfortran3 respin : status and problem

On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 5:05 PM, Corinna Vinschen  wrote:
> On Mar 26 11:33, marco atzeri wrote:
>> On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 10:45 AM, Corinna Vinschen ?wrote:
>> > So, what you see is a supposedly endless stream of calls to the write
>> > function. ?Usually, if an error occurs, you would also see an error
>> > message. ?The only reason you don't see it is if an error already
>> > occured in an earlier call to write. ?The important would be prior to
>> > the endless loop then. ?Maybe the testcase doesn't check for errors?
>> the test case is a normal Fortran program that call numerical functions and
>> print output with a really standard "write" command, nothing fancy.
>> It used to work fine with previous libgfortran3-4.3.4-3 and cygwin-1.7.7
> What about current libgfortran3 and cygwin 1.7.7? ?What about previous
> libgfortran3 and cygwin 1.7.8?

I will make all the test as soon I built a simpler test case involving
only libgfortran3 and cygwin .
Currently qrupdate require lapack and lapack 3.2.2-1 was broken by the
libgfortran3 update.

Today I have
cygwin-1.7.7 , libgfortran3-4.3.4-3, lapack-3.2.2-1,
qrupdate-qrupdate-1.1.0-1 fine
cygwin-1.7.8 , libgfortran3-4.3.4-4, lapack-3.2.2-2,
qrupdate-qrupdate-1.1.1-1 broken (as also octave3.4.0-3)

>> The full source is here, and it is a very tiny lib
> Yes, well, are you going to debug this problem?

yes but very slowly, my real job take me real busy and I have little spare time.

> Corinna


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