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'-kk' not sticky enough (was "Re: ")

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: '-kk' not sticky enough (was "Re: ")
Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 14:32:59 -0500

Josh Baudhuin wrote:

> I don't grok "sanity.sh test case". Could you explain, or refer me to an
> explanation?
> I'll try out the latest dev version when I get a chance... I think I
> have a cvs-updatable tree around here somewhere.

There's a test script in the 'src' directory of a standard CVS distribution 
named 'sanity.sh'.  It's the same one that gets run when you type 'make check'. 
 Basically, I asked for a Bourne shell (/bin/sh) script which reproduces your 
problem.  That's most appreciable when it comes as a patch which can be applied 
to the sanity.sh script - then it can be left there as a regression test after 
the problem is fixed.


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