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(new) French error message when building SPLTREE --Bill Page, Wed, 26 Jan 2005 02:52:51 -0600 reply
Update of bugs #4583 (project axiom):

Status: None => transferred

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Submitted by: David Mentré :
  Submitted on:  Sat 08/02/2003 at 10:17  Closed on:  -
  Category:  algebra                      Severity:  5 - Average
  Item Group:  code bug                   Status:  None
  Privacy:  Public                        Assigned to:  None
  Originator Name:  David Mentré          Originator Email:  dmentre@linux-france.org
  Release:  23rd of June, 2003            Reproducibility:  None
  Comment Type:  AnyFixed Release: 
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Original Submission: 5. Yet another strange error message, in French!:

  0 making /home/david/pub/axiom-libre/axiom-cvs-2003-06-23-i386/new/new/int/algebra/SPLTREE.NRLIB from

SPLTREE;eq?;2!$B;20 is replaced by errorin eq? from SPLTREE : la vache qui rit est-elle folle?

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Translation : a vache qui rit est-elle folle? Means : Is the laughing cow mad ? "Vache qui rit" is a brand of cheese paked in small portion who dont need to be keep in a freezer. Its a very old product comercial. And it hape I have some of my desk just now :) Not very helpfull, my idea is just somme error message saying something not made to hapen( ok like every error) who as not sence.

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Tue, 08 Mar 2005 01:47:16 -0600 reply

I don't understand why this would be critical. I suspect that eq? is simply not (yet) implemented. --kratt6, Wed, 22 Jun 2005 07:46:26 -0500 reply
Severity: critical => normal

Category: Axiom Compiler => Axiom Library Status: open => fix proposed

The message is thrown by eq?$SPLTREE and was replaced by "unimplemented". It is another question whether eq? could or should be implemented.


So, is the issue the the error message is a bit too whimsical?

Status: fix proposed => closed

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