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Re: Diff test failures

From: D.J. Heap <djheap_at_dhiprovo.com>
Date: 2003-10-21 17:41:48 CEST

Lübbe Onken wrote:
> On second thought: It might be a good idea to require a test directory
> to be given on the command line before allowing the tests to be run, if
> the tests are bound to fail otherwise.

Good idea. It's always failed unless I pass the test directory so I've
always just done that and forgot about it. Perhaps someone else
(Brane?) knows if it is supposed to be optional or not?

> While I'm writing this mail, the tests are still cranking along and I
> also get a failure in commit_tests.py
> The tests are at copy_tests.py now, but I have to leave. If there are
> any other failures, I report them tomorrow.
> I'm running rev 7461 which I compiled some time this morning to play
> around with the blame command.

Make sure the *case* of the test directory you pass is correct or one of
the commit tests fails (commit-test-22 IIRC). Yes, kind of picky.


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