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ermeneuta

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This surely is OT, but I am prevented from opening a new topic.....

Will any future (or may present...) release of fpc incorporate the fix described here :
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  1. An FPC bug report https://gitlab.com/freepascal.org/fpc/source/-/issues/39295 (closed) for this issue says it has been fixed in 3.3.1... but not yet merged into the fixes branch.

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This surely is OT, but I am prevented from opening a new topic.....

That is no reason to hijack a topic about something completely different. >:(

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That is no reason to hijack a topic about something completely different. >:(

Quite right. But I haven't found any other relevant forum regarding fpc where to pose such question....

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Quite right. But I haven't found any other relevant forum regarding fpc where to pose such question....
FPC development subforum comes to mind but any other subforum/thread not about a specific feature announcement should have been a better choice imho.

ermeneuta

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While implementing those new useful functions, is there any hope that the bug described in this report gets fixed ?

https://gitlab.com/freepascal.org/fpc/source/-/issues/39295

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While implementing those new useful functions, is there any hope that the bug described in this report gets fixed ?
That bug has nothing to do with the subject of this topic.

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Yes it indirectly has, Bart. And the issue is fixed in trunk. Issue, not bug, because glibc changed.
Specialize a type, not a var.

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Note that that commit has been cherrypicked to FIXES according to the report that was referenced.

Now would be a good time to test the FIXES_3_2_2 branch (with FPCDELUXE)

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Nice to read it has actually been put forward.
Specialize a type, not a var.

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While implementing those new useful functions, is there any hope that the bug described in this report gets fixed ?

https://gitlab.com/freepascal.org/fpc/source/-/issues/39295

It's absolutly insolent of you to ask this question yet again and in the same thread to boot despite having already been warned. Consider this your last warning, the next time I'll simply remove your post and any reply to it.

Yes it indirectly has, Bart.

It is not even indirectly related.

 

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