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Re: Avoid running non-portable testcases
On May 26, 2005, at 10:51 PM, Ziemowit Laski wrote:
I ran the new Objective-C testcases on linux, and found a few that
seem to be non-portable, so I turned them off for now...
Hmmm... shouldn't test cases be turned off iff it is determined
that they are not applicable to a given target, rather than merely
when they fail? :-)
I wanted to preserve the 0 unexpected failures for now, just to be
conservative. I sent out the email, so that you could decide how you
wanted to handle it.
I noticed that the obj-c++ testsuite appears to not expose the newly
built libobjc.so to the running app:
./method-17.exe: error in loading shared libraries: libobjc.so.1:
cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
FAIL: obj-c++.dg/method-17.mm execution test
:-( So, my testing of obj-c++ on linux isn't going smoothly, plus,
people put in some dependencies on newer tcl into the testsuite,
which didn't help the matter.
I suspect you can grab expect and tcl out of the src repo. The
module names should be expect and tcl.