…; may help with the DBI crashes too.
just to get some better testing of newer birds, no specific reason
Make base64.[ch] compile with new error levels
…, since we can serialize whatever.
…gy string sneaks in somewhere along the way, and on some platforms that leads to segfaults. Need to hunt this down for real, but this at least seems to fix the build.
…imately-ish comes up in some cases, and ignoring those is safe enough for the time being. This fixes pre-compilation of enums (and perhaps some other bits too), and is the last known blocker for merging bs.
…as probably a bad idea anyway.
…a missing outer context pointer.
…utput now. :-)
…ub, to reduce load on IMCC register allocator a little.
… (not helped by the fact that it takes them the opposite way around to mp_copy). Sadly, this alone doesn't seem to fix the heap corruption.
…le. Dyncall manual says to build with -f BSDmakefile. OpenBSD and FreeBSD should be fine as is, since their makes do look for BSDmakefile. Signed-off-by: Moritz Lenz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
…pm and - after copying it elsewhere because of some PROCESS bug that screws up module location - we can run spectests again. Many pass, quite a bit of fail, but hopefully a few common root causes for most of them.
…ccessor generation, which means that Rakudo's error reporting now works again and various sanity tests now pass again.