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bug#10866: 1.11a OSX with llvm - 3 fails, 47 skips, 3 errors, out of 285

From: Stefano Lattarini
Subject: bug#10866: 1.11a OSX with llvm - 3 fails, 47 skips, 3 errors, out of 2856 tests
Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2012 21:39:44 +0100

On 03/01/2012 10:45 PM, P. Martin wrote:
>> On Feb 29, 2012, Stefano Lattarini <address@hidden> wrote: 
>> ...
>> Thanks for the confirmation.  The attached patch should fix this issue.
>> I will wait a couple of days before pushing, in case you want to give
>> it a try.
>> Thanks,
>>  Stefano
> The 0001-self-checks-relax-tests-on-cleanup.patch was a success.
Thanks for the confirmation; I've applied it to master now.

> I solved another fail which was caused by an old bison-2.3.
> FAIL: distcheck-override-infodir.test
> I say that because I debugged it a bit and noticed mine was
> from 2006.  I installed the latest bison-2.5, and it worked.
Ouch, doing so you've masked an actual bug -- Automake aims at
supporting older bison (at least back to 1.875), as well as
non-bison yacc programs.

> I also saw a test (maybe that one) was calling for a missing
> makeinfo.  Again mine was old.  So I upgraded texinfo
> and defined MAKEINFO in my environment.  Then I got a new
> test fail.  So hooray, yes.
> Today I attached new results, and I'd like to report:
> 3 fails, 27 skips, 1 error, out of 2910 tests using llvm-gcc
> FAIL: java-uninstall.test
> FAIL: vala-mix2.test
> FAIL: txinfo30.test
I will address these in separate mails.

> vala2: skipped test: configure failure
> vala3: skipped test: configure failure
These are OK and expected, assuming you don't have the Vala compiler

> vala5: skipped test: pkg-config m4 macros not found
This is just because the autoamke testsuite does not strive too hard
to find the pkg.m4 file; I wouldn't worry about it, since in conclusion
the test would be skipped anyway due to the lack of a Vala compiler.

> Thanks for all your help.
Thanks for your testing,

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