Righty, after repeating the key steps, to make sure it's repeatable, not at all because when you change your compiler-onna-stick to a new machine with a new drive letter, your hand-crafted Makefile is now broken...
The next step; dmake test >t.txt 2>&1:
deee deed dah dee... this takes a while
Hmm, gets to test 9 and just hangs. (and only fails 6/12 of the 64-bit tests). I'll post this so far and see if it finishes.
A quick look at 9.t makes me suspect that test 9 is for the timeout and thread yielding handling stuff. If I delete it all the other tests succeed except some in 64-bit.t and filename.t
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