Vtest compiler/arch issue

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Tue Nov 22 11:55:07 CET 2016

In message <CABoVN9DntoZjSPmQduu=8wmOGidMAKa5qP6d9LENuORuux2J_g at mail.gmail.com>, Dridi Boukelmoune writes:
>> People get to write whatever they want in that message, provided
>> they use max 10 char from the set [A-Za-z0-9/. _-].
>I'm feeling compelled to point out that yesterday you were complaining
>about artificial compiler limitations that are no longer relevant in
>today's computing.


But that has absolutly nothing to do with putting random
user input into your HTML web-pages without proper data-hygiene.

>today's computing. And as such with 10 characters I can't even fit

You wouldn't need to, that is already derived from the uname and lsb

This is for writing "gcc-m32" or similar.

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