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Re: [PATCH]: Missing tests-base in gnulib-cache.m4

From: Simon Josefsson
Subject: Re: [PATCH]: Missing tests-base in gnulib-cache.m4
Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2008 14:15:06 +0200
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Ralf Wildenhues <address@hidden> writes:

> * Paolo Bonzini wrote on Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 12:43:05PM CEST:
>> > - After generating the autotools build system, doing 'make check' will
>> > result in the following error (only when cross compiling for Win32
>> > systems):
>> "make check" does not work for Windows crosses because check-TESTS
>> depends on $(TESTS), which includes "test-allocaopt".  So make attempts
>> to make it instead of "test-allocaopt.exe".  I think that under native
>> configurations make attempts to add the ".exe" automatically, but I am
>> not sure of that.
> Which Automake version do you use?  This should be fixed in 1.10, I
> believe.  If not, I'd appreciate a bug report, thanks.

I added a mingw32 auto-build to simplify mingw32 portability tests, the
output will be visible daily from now on at:


Right now, the gnulib modules that fail to build under mingw32 are (see
log): savewd, sigpipe-die, getugroups, idcache, and userspec.  Once they
are fixed, the logs will contain output from the self-tests too, which
could be interesting.

FWIW, I use automake 1.10.1 with cross-compile builds without any
problem with 'make check'.


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