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Re: [Nmh-workers] What about an nmh-1.6-RC1

From: Jerry Heyman
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] What about an nmh-1.6-RC1
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2014 22:23:02 -0400

On Tue, 22 Jul 2014 22:10:26 -0400, David Levine <address@hidden> wrote:

> Jerry wrote:
> > address@hidden nmh]$ flex -V
> > flex 2.5.37
> Would you email me your entire dtimep.c, please?  There's a
> fixup for this issue in configure.ac for 2.5.36.  But not for
> 2.5.37 because that's what I use (on Fedora 20) and it looked
> like that fixed the problem.

Understood.  Linux is a moving target, and at times can be painful
to make sure things are ported successfully.  I do this for a living
on the commercial side, so which Linux distros we support is limited
for just this reason.

> And maybe look in build_nmh.log to verify that it used just
> "flex", rather than specifying the full path to some other one.
> I wouldn't expect that to happen, though.

Attached both the generated file (sbr/dtimep.c) and the build_nmh.log.
I see configure identify flex, but the invocation appears not to be 
as easily discerned.  I see -- flex

This is the first time I've pulled from source, I usually just download
the .tgz when ya'll announce a new release.

> David
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