[Ffmpeg-devel] configure script broken with dash as sh
Tue Aug 15 01:14:13 CEST 2006
matthieu castet wrote:
> Diego Biurrun wrote:
>> On Mon, Aug 14, 2006 at 11:56:26PM +0200, matthieu castet wrote:
>>> if dash is used as sh instead of bash, the configure script put in
>>> #define ASMALIGN(ZEROBITS) ".align 1<<" #ZEROBITS "
>>> instead of :
>>> #define ASMALIGN(ZEROBITS) ".align 1<<" #ZEROBITS "\n\t"
>>> A solution could be to use printf. IRRC, it was done in glibc for a
>>> similar problem.
>> Sounds like dash is broken to me.
> posh does the same as dash.
>> Tried sending a bug report?
> Not yet, but I bet it as something to do with some obscure POSIX rules.
A string to be written to standard output. If the first operand is -n,
or if any of the operands contain a *backslash* ( '\' ) character, the
results are *implementation-defined*.
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