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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Tue, 27 Jun 2006
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tcl84 lang files touched by this commit Tool Command Language
Fix up a few issues:
        . add recognition of the BSD-specific SIGINFO signal (to be
          submitted to authors);
        . avoid even extracting the compat/ subdirectory for fear
          of picking up a wrong declaration for a function defined
          in a system library;
        . force to use the system strstr() instead of building TCL's
          own (from compat/strstr.c);
        . similarly, use the system memmove() instead of the (identical)
          bcopy;
        . run the vendor's tests as part of the build -- the test failures
          are not fatal, but may help investigate problems;
        . fix up the two failing tests so that none currently fail on my two
          test systems (FreeBSD-6.1-STABLE i386 and amd64) (fixes submitted
          to authors);
        . quiet down the noisy warning, triggered in the thread-case by
          the re-#define of inet_ntoa() in tclUnixPort.h.

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