|Subject:||Huge (>1GB) tmp.wav Created by t/Audio-FindChunks.t|
Dear Ilya Zakharevich, Hi. This is imacat from Taiwan. I found that, if Perl is compiled with -Duselongdouble, when doing "make test" with Audio-FindChunks-0.03, t/Audio-FindChunks.t produces a huge (>1GB) tmp.wav which increased its size endlessly. I do not know whether it will stop by itself, but I stop it when it reached 1GB. This is true on my Linux 2.6, both i386 and x86_64. However, if Perl is compiled without -Duselongdouble, the test suite fails but no huge file was created. Is this normal? Maybe you can look into it. Please tell me if you need any information, or if I can be of any help. Thank you.