Re: "Python 37/38 conflict, was Re: Trubles compiling lxqt on RPi4" [really: list interface replacement generates bad textual content]

From: Mark Millard via freebsd-bugs <>
Date: Tue, 18 May 2021 04:49:21 UTC
On 2021-May-15, at 22:22, Baptiste Daroussin <> wrote:

> 16 mai 2021 05:29:07 Mark Millard <>:
>> In exploring I've seen various web-page presentation of
>> freebsd-bugs messages that seem to be messed up. An
>> example is:
>> . . .
> Nice catch, I will fix it

The extra text disappeared when I later looked at the 
pages via the URLs.

But I've run into another oddity. I did a google
search for:

"Comparing the OverDrive 1000 (A57) vs. MACCHIATObin"

and then used the 1st link shown, the one from the text:

QUOTE › freebsd-arm › 2019-December
Comparing the OverDrive 1000 (A57) vs. MACCHIATObin ...
Dec 2, 2019 — Comparing the OverDrive 1000 (A57) vs. MACCHIATObin Double Shot (A72) for buildworld and via a CPU/cache/RAM tradeoff-exploring ...

which has the link (it is for one of my old messages):

Or, extracting/converting the relevant part of that text:

This now takes me to the wrong message on the list, one titled:

Re: 64 bit ARM systems with more than four cores Ed Maste

Turns out that the my old message now shows up as 2 later
by number (020854 -> 020856):

gets to the message with the correct title.

It appears that the numbering has not been preserved
in the conversion. This can make google search results
that point into the (older) freebsd lists

Mark Millard
marklmi at
( went
away in early 2018-Mar)