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Re: Who broke options.h?

On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 11:09:05AM -0400, David Edelsohn wrote:
> >
> > From what I can tell, the n_opts and opts in that file come direct from
> >  opt-read.awk, which gets them from opt-gather.awk, which appears to
> > sort them (but my awk skills are weak).
> >
> > Alternatively, maybe the collisions are caused by some names needing
> > opt_sanitized_name?  (you could try making that return its argumen
> > unmodified to see if it shows anything, I guess)  But I don't see any
> > new option in trunk in the last 3 days.
> Maybe BSD awk versus GNU awk?
> Did the bootstrap system change or GNU awk is not in the path?

This did occur with nawk.

But, I think that there must be something environmental setting
on the user account causing the problem.  If I login as the 
user that owns the gcc/ account, I see the problem.  If I login
to my normal account and then su to the gcc/ account, the system
builds as normal.  I'm investigating.

On the bright side, I can confirm that Richard's patch does
fix the original issue.  Thanks, Richard.


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