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From: Raymond Wiker <rwiker@gm...> - 2009-09-04 11:43:48
Trying to build SBCL on Snow Leopard today, I ran into some errors in
Specifically, test.mkdir.3 and test.rmdir.3 fail because mkdir/rmdir
fail because Snow Leopard throws EISDIR when you try to mkdir/rmdir /.
I'm guessing that this may be because / is a mount point. Changing
these tests to use /usr instead works (on Snow Leopard, at least),
but /usr is itself a candidate for being a separate mount point.
Next, stat-mode.6 fails. I thought this was because sb-posix had the
wrong value for S_IFSOCK, but that does no appear to be the case...
instead, it appears that sb-posix:stat or sb-posix:stat-mode picks up
the wrong value. This could (possibly) be an alignment issue.
Using a small C program I get (for the directory test-lab in contrib/
mode = 04075 (note: octal)
using (format t "~o~%" (sb-posix:stat-mode (sb-posix:stat #p"sb-posix/
test-lab/"))), I get
From: Raymond Wiker <rwiker@gm...> - 2009-09-04 12:03:56
On Sep 4, 2009, at 13:43, Raymond Wiker wrote:
> Using a small C program I get (for the directory test-lab in contrib/
> mode = 04075 (note: octal)
Should be 040755 (obviously :-)
> using (format t "~o~%" (sb-posix:stat-mode (sb-posix:stat #p"sb-posix/
> test-lab/"))), I get
This is (obviously) wrong, as the least significant 3 octal digits
are the permissions of the file, which should be 755 (rwxr-xr-x).