[Python-Dev] Vacation and possibly a new bug

Phillip J. Eby pje@telecommunity.com
Tue, 22 Jul 2003 15:51:22 -0400

IIRC, it might be me who opened this bug in the first place, so of course I 
have a machine suitable for the test.  :)

In any case, my 'make test' of 2.3c1 fails with the test_time AEST 
thingy.  If someone will once again give me step-by-step instructions for 
what they want done, I'll test it again.

At 08:40 PM 7/22/03 +0100, Michael Hudson wrote:
>"Brett C." <bac@OCF.Berkeley.EDU> writes:
> > Brett C. wrote:
> >> Just a quick reminder, I am going off for a vacation and my
> >> brother's wedding tomorrow (July 13) and won't have a definite Net
> >> connection until July 22.
> >>
> >
> > OK, I am back with vacation having gained a sister-in-law and possible
> > housing in San Luis Obispo.
> >
> >> The bug #762934 (patch for configure.in to detect time.tzset better)
> >> is still open.  I uploaded my own version of the patch that is more
> >> explicit in detecting whether the function works properly.  It works
> >> for me, but tzset has always worked properly for me.  If someone
> >> with Red Hat 6.2 can test it that would be great (that will close
> >> bug #763153).
> >>
> >
> > This bug is still open.  Skip and I have verified it works on OS X,
> > but it *really* needs to be tested on a Red Hat 6.2 box.
>Hang on... I think the starship is RH 6.2... yep.  I'll build and see
>what happens (tho' it's possible glibc or whatever has been upgraded).
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