On 27.10.2013 03:36, Branko Čibej wrote:
> I'm getting really weird failures in depth-test.py on Mac OS. I noticed
> it first in my trunk working copy (out-of-source build); a test was
> asserting in libsvn_subr/sqlite.c:856 (i.e., a statement was not
> properly reset). I couldn't find the reason, but since I had local
> modifications that shouldn't have affected that part of the code, I was
> I checked out another copy of trunk and transferred the local mods over,
> one file at a time, recompiling and re-running the test each time ...
> the test passed. Re-ran whole tests, all tests passed again. Tried the
> same with an out-of-trree build with the same configuration as the
> original build ... the test still passed.
> Then I ran /all/ the tests -- and depth-test.py failed, but a
> /different/ test this time. I thought, well, that's weird; so I cleaned
> out svn-test-work and ran just depth-test.py ... and it failed again and
> keeps failing.
> I'm a bit at a loss now. Any ideas? Before you ask: valgrind is not
> reliable on the Mac.
Well, the failure is definitely real. I just Built Subversion on a
completely fresh Mac Mini, without homebrew etc. -- just the latest
autoconf and libtool. The same test fails as before. I'm going to do
some bisecting to try to find the commit that caused this.
Branko Čibej | Director of Subversion
WANdisco // Non-Stop Data
Received on 2013-10-28 07:04:08 CET