Juho Snellman <jsnell@...> writes:
> On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 7:59 PM, Jim Wise <jwise@...> wrote:
> I'm seeing two of the dirent tests in sb-posix fail with a
> SB-INT:C-STRING-DECODING-ERROR on Solaris 10/x86 (32-bit). Neither the
> tests nor the underlying sb-posix code have changed since 1.0.45, when
> this worked, and I've tried backing out the few other changes in
> sb-posix to be sure.
> Before I dig deeper, did anything change in the handling of C strings
> since 1.0.45 that I should be aware of?
> Is it possible that your filesystem has changed? Like adding some files or directories with funky non-ASCII names into the root directory?
> (And why are so many of the sb-posix tests using / as the canonical test directory anyway?)
Yeah, I was initially considering that it might be an environmental
change (either contents of filesystem, or OS patching), but a freshly
checked out 1.0.45 doesn't show the same error.
I'm working my way through the changes since 1.0.45, and will post what