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Re: using input files in autotest

From: John Wohlbier
Subject: Re: using input files in autotest
Date: Thu, 5 Mar 2009 14:17:23 -0700

Nevermind, I think I solved my own problem.

In my macros I'll define a variable INPUTFILES that can be set on the
./testsuite command line, and if it's nonempty I'll do a
cp "$at_dir/$INPUTFILE" "`pwd`"

I'll set TESTSUITEFLAGS appropriately in the makefiles for the tests that
have input files.


On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 1:55 PM, John Wohlbier <address@hidden>wrote:

> I'm in the process of switching our build system over to using autotest. We
> have several tests that use input files that we keep in their test
> directory. When testsuite runs it apparently creates subdirectories in which
> it runs, and then removes them on success. Is there a way to tell the
> testsuite to copy our input files that reside in the test directory to the
> subdirectory in which it's executing? I didn't see anything obvious in the
> autoconf manual.
> Thanks.
> jgw
> --
> John G. Wohlbier

John G. Wohlbier

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