Hoffman, Aodhan wrote on Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 11:14:02 -0700:
> I am able to configure and build subversion fine now, after some config option tweaking, but the tests still fail half way through.
> I drilled down to the first failure to find out more, but based on tests.log it looks like the issue is simply that the python tests are running in my home directory rather than the repository directory. I'm running the tests from /opt/svn/build/subversion-1.6.12/subversion, but they're looking at /net/nnmx-blv-01-tmp/export/home/tx714c/. I've searched for someway to direct the tests to look at the appropriate repository, /opt/svn/repo, but nothing in the documentation discusses this.
> Can anyone tell me where to tell make check or configure where the repository is supposed to go? Thanks!
The tests DO NOT run against existing repositories. NEVER point
a Subversion on your repository until AFTER it has been tested.
The test create repositories under subversion/tests/cmdline/svn-test-work/.
They make that directory if it doesn't exist, but you can pre-create it
as a symlink if you need to.
Received on 2010-10-28 15:07:52 CEST