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Re: make check

From: Jeff Bailey
Subject: Re: make check
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2002 08:06:55 -0800
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On Sun, Mar 24, 2002 at 07:52:08AM -0800, James Morrison wrote:

>   I'm curious what types of checks would be in a make check target
> for the hurd.  Would have to be run in a sub-hurd to test all the
> hurd translators and libc functions?  Should the test programs be
> compiled within that test sub-hurd?

You could probably do most of the testing without running in a
subhurd.  It seems to me that make check spawning a subhurd might
introduce too many unknowns.

I'm supposed to look into cunit for Mailutils.  But the idea behind
cppunit and junit, is that you inherit the object and apply a testing
framework to that.  That way you can test interfaces and such at the
unit level.

We're just getting into it - subscribe to bug-mailutils if you want to
watch (or help) with out successes and failures.

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