R-beta: matrix multiplication not Fortran

Peter Dalgaard BSA p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Mon Apr 6 12:34:31 CEST 1998

Jim Lindsey <jlindsey at luc.ac.be> writes:

>   In fact, my library functions calling Fortran all happen to use the
> %o% operator as well whereas the C ones that I tried do not. The
> problem is multiplication of 1x1 matrices not Fortran.
> Try 1%o%1 or

Crashes here too. Goody! That means it should actually be possible to
find and fix it fairly easily. But we probably need to plan for a
0.61.3 release.

> 2. A second problem with Redhat 5: ctrl-C does not work (same as with
> Redhat 4.1). This time, it apparently is not the readline library. I
> compiled without it and the problem persists: one ctrl-C and then it
> no longer works. Has anyone any idea what library has the bug? Thanks.

Hmm. I think I've heard that one before. Personally, I'm staying on
libc5 until they've hashed out most of the libc6 problems, so I can't
debug it. It sounds a bit like the old BSD/SYSV difference where the
latter had one-shot signal handlers that had to "recharge" themselves
every time. 

However, all the 
seem to be properly followed by
	signal(SIGINT, onintr);

The RedHat website contain references to a rather large number of
glibc fixes. The last one says:

(01-Apr-1998) New glibc packages are available now on the ftp site.
These new packages fix (finally!) the problems in the dynamic loader
code. Applications compiled for glibc using a lot of shared objects
should now work reliably under glibc. Also various fixes to the
sigprocmask handlers are in place.

Anyone checked this with Debian-pre2.0?

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