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Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2011 01:42:04 +0200
From: magnum <>
Subject: No problem seen in Jumbo-6-RC5+0002 (was Problem seen in 1.7.8-Jumbo-6-RC3)

RC5 + patches 0001 and 0002, I see no problems now, linux-x86-64 with or 
without OMP, and linux-x86-64-32-sse2.

I ran full test suite plus a separate length test for UTF-8 raw-md5u or 
md5_gen(29) that is bound to cause problems if anything is wrong with 
them. And a couple of manual tests for the new greek variants and other 

As a sidenote, I can't cross-compile 64-32 targets unless removing the 
-lz from LDFLAGS but when I do, everything builds and runs fine 
including pkzip. It builds and runs fine with OR without -lz using 
normal linux-x86-64. Is -lz needed on other systems?


On 2011-09-21 01:05, jfoug wrote:
>> From: Solar Designer []
>> OK, not a real release candidate anymore.
> I have patch 0002- uploaded.  This undoes the prior change, and does it
> correctly.
> I have tested win32-sse build:
> -test=0
> -test=0 -enc=utf8
> -test=3
> full test suite (in quick mode, which skips the slowest formats).
> All tests were happy.
> NOTE the test suite does not have tests yet for the new encodings (in patch
> 0001), so I cannot comment on them.  They also reorganized the code, to be
> in the same 'sorting order' as the output listing.  However, they did appear
> to have the proper sections of code modified, and adding an encoding 'is'
> pretty much boiler plate cut/paste/namechange coding, once the perl scripts
> magnum and I worked on were completed.  So I am hopeful the 2 new encodings
> are working fully.  All of the other encodings are still happy after the
> code moving (the test suite shows this).
> I will perform the same tests on win32-any, win32-OMP-any,
> Solaris-64/32/64-omp/32-omp. I will try the Solaris stuff with the 'real'
> release, with the limited patches I have to make to the makefile
> (non-standard openssl directories, because I had to build them myself).  But
> it is likely the stdint/bool crap is still going to fail.
> Jim.

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