Date: Mon, 14 Aug 2017 19:02:58 -0500 From: "A. Wilcox" <awilfox@...lielinux.org> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: man-db 220.127.116.11: Test failures under musl libc -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 On 14/08/17 18:55, Rich Felker wrote: > I'm not clear what it's trying to do with //IGNORE or why it wants > it: > >> FAIL: manconv-1 =============== >> >> lt-manconv: iconv_open ("UTF-8//IGNORE", "ISO-8859-1"): Invalid >> argument --- /tmp/tmp.Z13DSCRrAK/1.exp 2017-08-14 >> 23:36:45.092587088 +0000 +++ /tmp/tmp.Z13DSCRrAK/1.out 2017-08-14 >> 23:36:45.092587088 +0000 @@ -1,2 +0,0 @@ -'\" -*- coding: >> ISO-8859-1 -?? > > Here the "//IGNORE" seems to be on the destination charset, and > the source charset, ISO-8859-1, does not have any illegal > bytes/sequences, so it's not clear what they're even trying to > achieve. I think it's just a wrong test but maybe you have some > more insight? > It seems to want to have illegal sequences 'pass through' unedited, but I can't tell. I meant to send this report to man-db's own list on nongnu (autocomplete in Thunderbird strikes again); sorry for the noise. Best, - --arw - -- A. Wilcox (awilfox) Project Lead, Adélie Linux http://adelielinux.org -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2 iQIcBAEBCAAGBQJZkjouAAoJEMspy1GSK50Uo+YQAJiZwMcIP5LgD+xSO6l2isc7 Kkh/rD4jK2O9TxThnwTwiZvzgQ1krbf3neTbLtLxhoErJB6yxEBCZGE5XGbr58u9 I+WtmBDtnIyMYouhLwvl/qex6I+xQvcfKEFlIkxfgGy9lcvZd0M6psFaMZrRRmRh yWq2nQ1MiMkIrRNs4aqgHIB/4rizY3sCx5Qny9IbK4rbTfOWXQ+l7N413GggCgrl q9CezuhNEm1Mpp9CcCOwnVRrSYBTA+nFdZDYeB7CgDgl9S4W8N7dpcllvwqxduqt TAPh32bES/LdNSAbjzXev0MsmrHTemPWCEYQV1CmM767n6Olwsk09uJGK4s7a+HN zPFvVOzRZFetgAyAGG7VCEk2CCYA2JI3ARdWp8KqIq0UJseJi5QLRCZJXgkFgQ6H CQkRIrqm3eNfXxvxuMSidMEtpUqFj9KtlJl+5chxd3LVEVrp9DbarbW6dYKUoKH5 1fefKeHHwSDGiu/5u/98QZRvmlp6cmXXc9xDi2uFer75ZoLaD1yWHG5ESZdKSZ2L NE/v6+MatT+ki1OX2FPUce3OiBwN2frOt+8KD07yyRtX3kqqb8jUICCFx2NaQsfe bdAeJDWeisu53OIYVULWFqdgsooJRLeR5C8cR8+rjRNPfGi/XVzjPVVWtFhvBIfW 8oNNDtpkNaum44RikDwZ =6r8W -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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