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Re: configure/Makefile issue 9.3.4-P1 / 9.4.2

>   Both:
>     make/rules.in
> 	BUILD_LDFAGS = @BUILD_LDFAGS@
> 	  should be LDFLAGS, never gets substituted as a result
> 

Fixed in next rc.

        --- 9.3.5rc2 released ---

2338.   [bug]           check_ds() could be called with a non DS rdataset.
                        [RT #17598]

2337.   [bug]           BUILD_LDFLAGS was not being correctly set.  [RT #17614]

        --- 9.3.5rc1 released ---

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