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Unfortunately, patch applied against 5.17.4 gave the following test errors.

../cpan/CGI/t/tmpdir.t (Wstat +: 0 Tests: 9 Failed: 0) TODO passed: 3-9 ../ext/File-Glob/t/basic.t (Wstat +: 768 Test s: 49 Failed: 3) Failed tests: 19, 21-22 Non-zero exit status: 3 Files=2336, Tests=548419, 725 wallclock secs (50.53 usr 6.81 sys + 40 +1.23 cusr 34.93 csys = 493.50 CPU) Result: FAIL

Perhaps I applied it incorrectly - will check.


In reply to Re^3: "double free or corruption" in Perl 5.16.0 but not in 5.14.2 by mje
in thread "double free or corruption" in Perl 5.16.0 but not in 5.14.2 by mje

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