J. Anthony Sterrett, Jr.
jasterrett at gmail.com
Tue Apr 22 22:12:24 UTC 2014
Oh, excellent! I was compiling the old version because I was attempting to
compile GCC 4.9.0, and couldn't get it to find my current version of gmp
(nor mpfr nor mpc). Therefore, I downloaded the version extant on gcc's
website, just to make sure that everything would work.
Sorry to have wasted your time, and thanks for the response!
On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 2:33 PM, Marc Glisse <marc.glisse at inria.fr> wrote:
> On Tue, 22 Apr 2014, J. Anthony Sterrett, Jr. wrote:
> I've never done this before, so I apologize if I omit any information or
>> violate some protocol. Upon attempting to build gmp-4.3.2 on Ubuntu 13.10,
>> 32 bit version, upon running make tests, the test called "t-scan" failed
>> with a segmentation fault. I attempted to run the tests again immediately,
>> with the same result.
> The test is known to have a bug, don't worry about that. What I'm more
> interested in is why you felt the need to compile such an old version of
> GMP, when your distribution packages a more recent version?
> Marc Glisse
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