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Re: zsh and autoconf-2.50

On May 30,  6:15pm, Jos Backus wrote:
} Subject: Re: zsh and autoconf-2.50
} OK, I have to get it built first without the shell coredumping, which
} it wasn't doing earlier when I built it used --disable-dynamic

You really can't use purify very well on a program that does its own
dynamic loading.  You will need --disable-dynamic.

} but then the zpty tests failed during ``gmake check''. I guess I may
} have to go back to using --disable-dynamic and force zpty to be loaded
} statically (somehow).

Have you tried reading the INSTALL file?  There's a large section titled
"Adding and removing modules".  The short answer is that you edit the
config.modules file and change the values  of `link' and `auto' on the
line for the zpty module to be `static' and `no' respectively.

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