There are some fairly simple changes nominated in STATUS that fix
various local bindings test failures in 1.6.x for me.
I expect that these will be backported during the next 1.6.x release phase.
But it would really help me if I didn't have to keep these changes merged
in my working copies all the time in order to have passing tests.
If anyone would be so kind to add the missing votes I'd be grateful.
The nominations I'm talking about are:
Allow perl bindings to compile within a symlinked working copy.
When it happens, it's a very confusing build error.
Don't overwrite the LD_LIBRARY_PATH during make check-swig-pl.
Allows running the perl bindings tests even if Subversion has been
linked to libraries which aren't in the standard system search path.
Who'd do such a thing? Well, I do that -- most dependencies for my
Subversion builds are installed within my home directory and the
runtime linker isn't searching libraries there by default.
+1: stsp, peters
Fix sporadic ruby test failures due to "Connection refused" errors.
Tests failing for the wrong reason are irritating.
Received on 2010-11-24 21:19:48 CET