On Friday 02 July 2010, Julian Foad wrote:
> Then we can work on extending the principle in one or more different
> ways, which, I'm sure, will detect a bunch of bugs:
> * space in some of the within-WC paths;
> * other ASCII pathnames that require URI-escaping, or in any other way
> have the potential to be mis-handled by Subversion;
> * non-ASCII characters (but the ability to do this would depend on
> what locales the test platform supports, and so would require
> configuration magic to enable it);
> * similar things for repository-side paths.
I just want to mention that I'm doing something like this in the FSVS tests.
I've got a test script that runs the tests for
* the current locale,
* an UTF8 locale, and
* a non-UTF8 locale (these are found via "locale -a | grep").
My Makefile defines an UTF8-string, and a localized string (via "$(shell
date +%b -d2001-01-27)", which, for german locales, conveniently returns
These strings are then used for directory and filenames, contents, and in
lots of other places where something might go wrong.
If you want to take a look - here's the Makefile:
Received on 2010-07-02 12:55:28 CEST