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Id: 129323
Status: resolved
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Queue: Alien-LibYAML

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Requestors: SREZIC [...] cpan.org
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Subject: ffi test fails on some systems
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On my CentOS7 and Fedora28 smokers the ffi test fails if FFI::Platypus is installed. On these systems libyaml is already installed as a rpm package. ... # Failed test 'ffi' # at t/alien_libyaml__ffi.t line 14. # yaml_get_version_string not found t/alien_libyaml__ffi.t .. Dubious, test returned 1 (wstat 256, 0x100) Failed 1/3 subtests ... Don't know if it matters, but /lib64/libyaml.so on these systems is just a text file with the contents: INPUT(libyaml-0.so.2) The referenced shared object looks like a real .so, though.
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Thanks for reporting this. I am able to reproduce this in CI with Alien::LibYAML, but I think this might be a bug in FFI::CheckLib, so I am opening an issue there. https://github.com/Perl5-FFI/FFI-CheckLib/issues/13


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