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Re: Testing Subversion

From: Rob Judd <haiqu_at_ob-wan.com>
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2009 16:55:13 +0000

Stefan Sperling wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 09:02:24PM +0000, Rob Judd wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Just built svn-1.6.0 on Haiku (http://www.haiku-os.org) and have been
>> trying to perform the tests. Everything goes reasonably well until after
>> test 28 at which time they all fail. I am using Python2.4 and find that
>> modules being called by the tests (select.py & timepy and whatever else
>> they import) are missing. A search of the source tree for Python does
>> not reveal them either.
> More exact error messages would help.
> What do the test failures look like exactly? make check leaves a file
> tests.log in the top-level directory of the extracted Subversion
> tarball, look in there.
> What happens if you run python standalone and try to run the failing
> imports? Are you sure the problem is with Subversion, or is it with
> your Python installation?

Thanks for your fast reply, Stefan. A bit of background will help here.
The Haiku operating system is an Open Source remake of the BeOS and is
essentially both binary and source-code compatible, but also contains
many posix extensions to make it easier to port general *nix code.

The version of Python I'm using is available at
http://www.bebits.com/app/4232 and has been used by the BeOS community
since 2005, so it's "ancient and justified". I also stated above that
the files being called by the tests (select.py and time.py) are missing
from this version, and that they are missing from the Python source
tree. I have also downloaded and unpacked the sources for Python-2.6.2
and Python-3.1a2 and the files are not contained in those packages. So,
I think we can safely eliminate my Python installation as the problem.

Since posting this message I did manage to find a copy of select.py at
http://symptotic.com/mj/meu_framework/select.py but:

1. I still don't have time.py
2. I was after the "official" versions used with the test suite, to
eliminate all possible errors.

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