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Mktime-1 test failure

From: Pulley Joe Wade DR NPRI
Subject: Mktime-1 test failure
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 1999 15:39:02 -0500

        I am compiling octave on an HP 9000/750 (hppa1.1-hp-hpux10.20) and
everything seems to work fine, but when I "make check" the mktime-1 test
fails.  The test, which executes the following;

Gives a value for the mktime(localtime(t)) that is 1 greater than t.  (they
should be equal).  Any ideas on what is going wrong?  Using gcc 2.8.1,
libstdc++,... all as up to date as I can find.  I was able to compile
this the first time (using the same ./configure -with-gnu-as) command as I
am using now to get an perfect executable.  I then re-configured to build
using the lite-kernel option and didn't like the result. (ran too slowly).
When I try to go back to the "heavy kernel" I get this problem.

Dr. Joe Wade Pulley
Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport
1176 Howell Street, Building 1320, Code 3113
Newport, RI 02841
(401)-832-8690 or 1-800-669-6892 Ext. 28690

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