[PATCH] D16548: Ignore LC_CTYPE in sed invocation on Darwin
Elias Pipping via llvm-commits
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Mon Jan 25 12:03:31 PST 2016
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Here, `sed` to prepare object files for comparison via `cmp`. On my Darwin 15.4.0 machine, LC_CTYPE is set to UTF-8 (by default, I believe). Under these circumstances, anything `sed` is made to read will be treated as UTF-8, prompting it to signal an error if it is not, like so:
% sed s/a/b/ <(head -n1 /dev/random) >/dev/null; echo $?
sed: RE error: illegal byte sequence
To make sed work as expected, I need to set LC_CTYPE to C:
% env LC_CTYPE=C sed s/a/b/ <(head -n1 /dev/random) >/dev/null; echo $?
Without this change, sed will exit with an error for every single file that it compares between phase 2 and phase 3, thereby making it look as if the differences were far larger than they are.
@@ -541,7 +541,7 @@
# Substitute 'Phase2' for 'Phase3' in the Phase 2 object file in
# case there are build paths in the debug info. On some systems,
# sed adds a newline to the output, so pass $p3 through sed too.
- if ! cmp -s <(sed -e 's,Phase2,Phase3,g' $p2) <(sed -e '' $p3) \
+ if ! cmp -s <(env LC_CTYPE=C sed -e 's,Phase2,Phase3,g' $p2) <(env LC_CTYPE=C sed -e '' $p3) \
16 16 ; then
echo "file `basename $p2` differs between phase 2 and phase 3"
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