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Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2011 01:36:56 +0100
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: 1.7.9-jumbo

2011-11-23 21:01, magnum wrote:
> 2011-11-23 19:41, magnum wrote:
>> Done, to
>> Note: I'm not sure all Makefile targets ended up 100% OK (where they
>> were changed in core). Other than that, I'm not aware of any problems,
>> but this should be reviewed/tested of course.
> More notes:
> - I think the ended up as patched by Jim, not the newer
> version by Solar.
> - And on that matter, was the Windows time output changed in base? I
> might have reverted that unintentionally, not sure. I did not
> intentionally do the right thing anywhere :)
> - The various arch.h's need to be double checked after these patches, so
> they match core. Most notably x86-ssei.h.

Yet some:

- I don't even know what "undrop" is for, but it looks like it was lost
from main() during rebasing.

- Shouldn't targets like linux-x86-64 have this?


If not, john.c will be compiled without HAVE_CRYPT, no? This applies
even to core John. But I may misunderstand the whole thing.


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