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Re: Why these SKIP msgs during my "make check" ?

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2005-04-11 11:26:54 CEST

On Monday 11 April 2005 03:43, Matthew England wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm building subversion 1.2-rc1 on my Redhat 9 system.
> Any ideas on why my "make check" process produces these 2 SKIP
> messages?
> mengland@biz2tek 2:37am [...builds/subversion-1.2.0-rc1] 21> grep SKIP
> !$ grep SKIP tests.log
> SKIP: revert_tests.py 2: reverting to corrupt text base should fail

At the moment, this test is considered to be questionable so it's
effectively been disabled by causing the test framework to skip over it.

> SKIP: utf8_tests.py 1: conversion of paths and logs to/from utf8
> mengland@biz2tek 2:37am [...builds/subversion-1.2.0-rc1] 22>

This probably because you're running in a shell that has UTF-8 support.
If you want it to run, switch the LANG environment variable to something
without UTF-8 (ISO8859-1 for example), and run make check.

> Please let me know if I should provide my full tests.log file.

Not necessary. The above is fine.


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Received on Mon Apr 11 11:36:01 2005

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