Re: [platform-testers] autoconf-2.72e released [release candidate]

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On Wed, Dec 20, 2023, at 2:03 PM, Frederic Berat wrote:
> I admit I usually don't build the package for i386 since autoconf isn't
> arch dependent, but I did it this time and there are few test failures:
> 420: AC_SYS_LARGEFILE                                FAILED (
> 421: AC_SYS_YEAR2038                                 FAILED (
> 422: AC_SYS_YEAR2038_RECOMMENDED                     FAILED (

This is <>.  It can only affect
projects that use one of the above three macros while AC_LANG([C++]) or
AC_LANG([ObjC]) is active, and it's harmless on a system with 64-bit off_t.
Furthermore, the changes that would be required to fix it properly seem a bit
too risky considering I want to make the release this week and not six weeks
from now.  I could be persuaded otherwise with an example of a real project that
breaks, or a patch that turns out less invasive than I expect, or both.


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