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bug#14781: coding system changes cause make check to hang in icalendar t
bug#14781: coding system changes cause make check to hang in icalendar tests
Thu, 11 Jul 2013 09:38:00 -0400
In article <address@hidden>, Glenn Morris
> Handa Kenichi wrote:
> > TEST_RESULTS = $(patsubst %.el, %.dat, $(wildcard *.el))
> Not portable?
> (Though TBH I don't know why we don't just require GNU make and make
> lives easier. But that's a separate issue! :) )
If portability matters, we can ask the configure script to
generate a proper values:
TEST_RESULTS = %TEST_RESULTS%
> > The merit of the above method is that we can run a single test file
> > just by "make XXXX.dat".
> You can do that now with not too much effort.
> emacs -batch -l ./man-tests.el -f ert-run-tests-batch-and-exit
Not that simple. We must do:
EMACSLOADPATH=../../lisp:. LC_ALL=C ../../src/emacs -batch --no-site-file
--no-site-lisp -l ./man-tests.el -f ert-run-tests-batch-and-exit
In article <address@hidden>, Stefan Monnier
> Indeed I think we should use GNUmakefile in `test'. I already made
> that change in the `elpa' branch.
> I'm not sure about requiring GNU Make to build Emacs out of a tarball,
> but for "side operations" it should not be a problem.
I fully agree.