On Sun, Dec 25, 2011 at 11:57 AM, Stefan Fuhrmann <eqfox_at_web.de> wrote:
> On 25.12.2011 12:04, Bert Huijben wrote:
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> Minor xdelta optimization: find short matches at both end of the delta
>> All buildbots are red after this patch.
>> At least one test FAILED, checking E:\w2k3\tests\tests.log
>> FAIL: svnrdump_tests.py 10: dump: copy from previous version and modify
>> FAIL: svnrdump_tests.py 11: load: copy from previous version and modify
>> FAIL: svnrdump_tests.py 12: dump: modified in place
>> FAIL: svnrdump_tests.py 13: load: modified in place
>> FAIL: svnrdump_tests.py 26: dump: copy revprops other than svn:*
>> FAIL: svnrdump_tests.py 27: load: copy revprops other than svn:*
>> FAIL: svnrdump_tests.py 28: dump: subdirectory
>> FAIL: svnrdump_tests.py 29: dump: subdirectory with changes on root
>> FAIL: svnrdump_tests.py 32: dump: move parent& modify child file in same
>> FAIL: svnrdump_tests.py 33: load: move parent& modify child file in same
> Thanks for noticing! (I thought I had run the tests before committing :/ )
> The problem here is that the test compares the actual dump files
> produced by svnrdump with the expected ones stored in the test
> data folder. With my patch, the text delta is now often smaller, i.e.
> different from the expected value. Nevertheless the new diffs seem
> to be correct.
> So, I will XFAIL the tests in question and $somebody needs to
> update the reference dump files.
I ran across a similar problem in the svnsync tests while working on
Ev2, and added what I think to be a solution in r1230676. Per Bert's
suggestion, I think we can do the same thing in the svnrdump tests,
and have implemented the same in r1230714.
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Received on 2012-01-12 20:35:47 CET