[Fwd: Patch for Recovery from Bad Multibyte Characters]
Tue Jun 1 23:59:00 GMT 1999
>>>>> Dave Brolley <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Jason Merrill wrote:
>> All I know is that it breaks in nightly testing, when no LANG is set.
> Perhaps the test needs to be reclassified. The warnings are legitemate
> on the platforms on which they occur.
Legitimate? How is it legitimate to complain about using a high-ASCII
value in normal code when LANG is unset? What's wrong with
char *b = "a\352";
> What's the proper way to classify a test that may or may not emit
> warnings depending on the platform and/or configuration?
I'd say mark it as conditional XFAIL and note in the comments that it's not
actually a failure.
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