[LLVMdev] configure errors

Reid Spencer reid at x10sys.com
Tue Dec 28 23:03:48 PST 2004

On Tue, 2004-12-28 at 22:47, Jeff Cohen wrote:
> I see two minor configure errors on FreeBSD.  The first is:
> checking for mmap of files... yes
> checking if /dev/zero is needed for mmap... test: FreeBSD: unexpected 
> operator
> no

That was a bug and I just fixed it. Thanks for pointing it out.

> The second:
> checking for python... true python
> test: : bad number
> configure: WARNING: QMTest requires Python 2.2 or later
> I guess it shouldn't get the "bad number" error if python is missing 
> (and it is in this case).  But we don't use QMTest anymore, correct?  So 
> isn't the python test obsolete?

ERM, we removed those tests before the /dev/zero test went in so I'm a
little confused on how those messages are generated. If you look at
autoconf/* you'll find that neither python nor qmtest occur in any file.
What were you configuring when this message was generated?


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