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Re: spy.test in 1.9.3 release under solaris

From: Andy Shelley
Subject: Re: spy.test in 1.9.3 release under solaris
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2004 16:09:37 -0500

Modified spy.test to inject a little perl in the process to stat the files and return current epoch time, just as a reference point.
Doing the "MAKE='make -d' ./spy.test" again, relevant results:

+ touch c
+ perl /tmp/f
a => 1100106788
b => 1100106787
c => 1100106790
+ make -d
GNU Make version 3.79.1, by Richard Stallman and Roland McGrath.
Built for sparc-sun-solaris2.8
   No implicit rule found for `c'.
   Finished prerequisites of target file `c'.
  No need to remake target `c'.
 Finished prerequisites of target file `a'.
 Prerequisite `c' is newer than target `a'.
Must remake target `a'.
echo rule2 >> a
Got a SIGCHLD; 1 unreaped children.
Putting child 0x00057bf0 (a) PID 9637 on the chain.
Live child 0x00057bf0 (a) PID 9637
Reaping winning child 0x00057bf0 PID 9637
Removing child 0x00057bf0 PID 9637  from chain.
Successfully remade target file `a'.
Pruning file `a'.
+ perl /tmp/f
a => 1100106790
b => 1100106787
c => 1100106790

Unpacking the archive to start fresh, ./configure; make; cd tests and edit spy.test to include mtime reporting.. I get similar results.

I am baffled.

On Nov 9, 2004, at 6:50 PM, Alexandre Duret-Lutz wrote:

Otherwise Maybe you could try printing these times between each
instruction of spy.test in order to find out when `a' gets its
timestamp equal to `c''s...

Andy Shelley
Cbeyond Communications

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