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This was recently discovered by the Debian buildds in the unstable
distribution, and I can reliably reproduce it on an i386 porterbox in an
unstable i386 chroot. Please let me know if I can assist with any
further diagnostics.
Matthias Klose <doko@debian.org> writes:
> Package: src:guile-3.0
> Version: 3.0.4-1
> Severity: serious
> Tags: sid bullseye
>
> only seen on i386, not on other architectures.
>
> [...]
> Running numbers.test
> FAIL: numbers.test: Number-theoretic division: euclidean/: mixed types: (130.0 10/7)
> FAIL: numbers.test: Number-theoretic division: euclidean/: mixed types: (130.0
> -10/7)
> FAIL: numbers.test: Number-theoretic division: floor/: mixed types: (130.0 10/7)
> FAIL: numbers.test: Number-theoretic division: floor/: mixed types: (-130.0 -10/7)
> FAIL: numbers.test: Number-theoretic division: ceiling/: mixed types: (130.0 -10/7)
> FAIL: numbers.test: Number-theoretic division: ceiling/: mixed types: (-130.0 10/7)
> FAIL: numbers.test: Number-theoretic division: truncate/: mixed types: (130.0 10/7)
> FAIL: numbers.test: Number-theoretic division: truncate/: mixed types: (130.0 -10/7)
> FAIL: numbers.test: Number-theoretic division: truncate/: mixed types: (-130.0 10/7)
> FAIL: numbers.test: Number-theoretic division: truncate/: mixed types: (-130.0
> -10/7)
Thanks
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Rob Browning
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