R-alpha: lbeta, ctrl-C and crashes
Peter Dalgaard BSA
27 Jun 1997 12:32:27 +0200
Peter Dalgaard BSA <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > the problem disappeared. However, RedHat still seems to be shipping
> > libreadline2.0 There are calls to signal() in libreadline, so it
> > could well be the culprit.
> Affirmative. Problem vanished when relinking with a freshly compiled
> libreadline.a v.2.1. But there's nothing in the ChangeLog relating to
> signal handling bugs fixed since 2.0, so it might be a question of
> simply recompiling the library....
Not so, I'm afraid. There definitely have been changes to signals.c
and recompile doesn't change a thing. Time to push RedHat to make an
upgraded .rpm, I think. They've got a contributed one in
.../contrib/i386 already, I see.
Hmm. The silly thing installs as libreadline.so.3.0. I wonder what the
point of that is... Means that you have to recompile R to make it use
the new library, but it does seem to work now.
BTW, do we have place to keep these installation related problems, so
that we won't have to answer them over and over again? We had a
similar item with the f2c library setup earlier and C compiler options
on. A series of README.linux, README.hpux, etc. files might do it
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