[tex-k] FAIL: tests/ttf.test

Norbert Preining preining at logic.at
Thu Nov 8 00:13:19 CET 2012

Hi Jonathan,

On Mi, 07 Nov 2012, Jonathan Kew wrote:
> Apparently, ICU's build system has an option "--enable-c++11=no" that  
> might resolve things if you can add that to its configure invocation.

Didn't work either. I added it to
	icu_config="$icu_config --disable-extras --disable-samples --disable-tests --enable-c++11=no"
and rebuilt, but it didn't help either, maybe we are on the wrong path?

BTW, there is a test about this in

# GCC >= 4.4 supports UTF16 string literals. The CFLAGS and CXXFLAGS may chan
ge in the future.
CXXFLAGS="${CXXFLAGS} -std=c++11"

so it seems it is already somehow tested for.

Now I have to go to work ...

Best wishes

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