Bert Huijben wrote:
> > Author: julianfoad
> > Date: Wed Sep 30 10:57:51 2009
> > New Revision: 39716
> > Log:
> > Make the test suite better about choosing between RA-Neon and RA-Serf.
> > Update the RA type detection functions to reflect that the default is
> > "serf",
> > so that they work when "--http-library" is not specified. Give the test
> > suite's "--http-library" option its own default value ("serf") so that
> > it no longer depends on svn's compiled-in default value.
> > * subversion/tests/cmdline/svntest/main.py
> > (http_library): Rename this variable to preferred_http_library
> > throughout.
> > Clarify its doc string.
> > (is_not_serf): Remove this unused function.
> > (is_ra_type_dav_neon, is_ra_type_dav_serf): No longer assume the
> > default is
> > "neon". Add doc strings.
> > (is_ra_type_svn, is_ra_type_file): Add doc strings.
> > (usage): Mention the default value of --http-library in the help
> > message.
> For some reason it seems this change fails two tests on the neon/serf
> XPASS: merge_tests.py 132: replace vs. edit tree-conflicts
> And Serf:
> FAIL: merge_authz_tests.py 1: skipped paths get overriding mergeinfo
> The first has an:
> marking and the second a
> SkipUnless(Skip(mergeinfo_and_skipped_paths, svntest.main.is_ra_type_file),
I think I have worked out what is wrong.
Before my change, the test suite's "--http-library" option defaulted to
"neon". Back in the 1.6 days and earlier, that was sensible.
Because Serf is now the default, I changed the test suite's
"--http-library" option to default to "serf", and also made the test
suite always tell Subversion (via a config option) to prefer to use
whichever library the test suite was told to use. I thought that made
What's happening here, I think, is the macosx/neon build-bot is building
Subversion with Neon only, and passing no "--http-library" option to the
test suite. I've changed the default assumption so it now gets it wrong.
So my change to the default value was poor. Instead I should restore the
default of "neon" and document what the option really means. (It means:
make svn use this library if it supports both; otherwise just assume it
is using this library.)
Received on 2009-10-02 19:04:13 CEST