Kingston RAM may bring LibreOffice cppcheck batcher back from the dead

To bring my cppcheck rolling fcron job machine back to life, I bought $60 worth of RAM from Kingston, rather than send bad RAM (thanks, memtest86+, you groovy tool, you) back to Crucial first. So, after doing some Gentoo updating, which included a cppcheck version bump to 1.49, and a glibc and kernel bump, it seems to be running well so far.

I’ve got my fingers crossed that we may leave segfault land behind for a bit. You’ll hopefully see the page I linked to above update when the first job is complete, baring any changes to the git tree at LO… which reminds me, I should probably look. 😉

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