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Re: rpcgen(1) bugs
In article <20080227184710.GA12158%moray.salmi.ch@localhost>,
Jukka Salmi <j+nbsd%2008.salmi.ch@localhost> wrote:
>while trying to use rpcgen(1) on a -current system I noticed the
>$ cd /tmp
>$ rpcgen -h
> * Please do not edit this file.
> * It was generated using rpcgen.
>Segmentation fault (core dumped)
>cc1: internal compiler error: Segmentation fault
>Please submit a full bug report,
>with preprocessed source if appropriate.
>See <URL:http://www.NetBSD.org/Misc/send-pr.html> for instructions.
>A possible fix for this problem (taken from FreeBSD's rpcgen) is
>Furthermore, rpcgen seems to produce code which fails to compile:
-b Compile stubs in "backwards compatible" mode, disabling support
for transport-independent RPC. The -b should always be specified
when generating files for NetBSD, since there is no transport-
independent RPC support in NetBSD.
Perhaps we should make this the default since I don't think we ever want
to use tli.
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