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bug#10110: tests/id/gnu-zero-uids: skipping with "not running on GNU/Hur
bug#10110: tests/id/gnu-zero-uids: skipping with "not running on GNU/Hurd" on Linux
Wed, 23 Nov 2011 11:04:33 +0100
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Sorry (again). English is not my mother tongue, so I was asking myself
*what* is "not running on GNU/Hurd"? Now it's clear: my system (and not
Actually neither of them was.
According to the English grammar, this message refers to the current
process. A general statement referring to the test itself would be
'does not run on GNU/Hurd'
- || skip_ 'not running on GNU/Hurd'
While the original message feels all right, if you insist, "applies to"
would sound better. Otherwise, you create an impression that the
operator is missing something because she does not have GNU/Hurd, which
is not true because GNU/Hurd is not RTM.
+ || skip_ 'This test requires a GNU/Hurd system'