Endless loop during install after "Installing Pike"
Imported from http://bugzilla.roxen.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=3643
Reported by Scott Walters, email@example.com
NetBSD. Install goes to 100% CPU usage and sits there for hours after "make install" (possibly indefinately - hours before I killed it). "make verify" does the same thing but does a little progress bar that says "Installing:" and gets to 20% before stopping and sitting on the CPU. There are no errors during the configure or build process except a warning that it was unable to compile peep.c with optimizations but did link pike, and I am able to run bin/pike -v and get the version number.
NetBSD 1.6.1 x86, gcc 2.95.3, default Pike configuration, Pike v7.4.44 (freshly downloaded).
Sorry for the lame bug report - I'm not a Pike user so I don't know how to give you a stacktrace and I don't have the incentive to try earlier versions or such.