Problems with Fortran tests using "rsh" connect method in dejagnu

Jason R Thorpe thorpej@wasabisystems.com
Thu Jul 11 16:50:00 GMT 2002


Is anyone else using the "rsh" connect method to do remote testing with
a target?  All goes well until I get to the fortran tests; the output
seems to be going to the wrong place:

Running /u1/hack/gnu-toolchain/gcc/gcc/gcc/testsuite/g77.dg/dg.exp ...
FAIL: g77.dg/f77-edit-apostrophe-out.f output pattern test, is abcde
and an apostrophe -'-
'a leading apostrophe
a trailing apostrophe'
'and all of the above -'-', should match ^abcde(
|
)and an apostrophe -'-(
|
)'a leading apostrophe(
|
)a trailing apostrophe'(
|
)'and all of the above -'-'(
|
)$
FAIL: g77.dg/f77-edit-apostrophe-out.f output pattern test, is abcde
and an apostrophe -'-
'a leading apostrophe
a trailing apostrophe'
'and all of the above -'-', should match ^abcde(
|
)and an apostrophe -'-(
|
)'a leading apostrophe(
|
)a trailing apostrophe'(
|
)'and all of the above -'-'(
|
)$

...etc.  The problem doesn't happen with all the tests, just some of
them.

Am I the only person seeing this?  I'm working on an automated tester
for a half-dozen or so NetBSD targets, and the "rsh" connect method is
definitely the most covenient...

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        -- Jason R. Thorpe <thorpej@wasabisystems.com>



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