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Re: [bug-patch] "make check" failures (latest in git)

From: Andreas Gruenbacher
Subject: Re: [bug-patch] "make check" failures (latest in git)
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 03:24:01 +0200
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On Sunday, 29 March 2009 10:18:08 Jim Meyering wrote:
> Hi,
> Using the latest from git,
>   commit df890caf03184fe72f6aa25f9392a46dd187f90f
>   Date:   Sun Mar 29 00:39:48 2009 +0100
> when I run "make -j1 check", I get this:
>   [tests/backup-prefix-suffix]
>   [24] patch -b -p1 < ab.diff -- ok
>   [28] cat f.orig -- FAILED
>   --- expected
>   +++ got
>   @@ -1 +1 @@
>   -one
>   +cat: f.orig: No such file or directory

Thanks for testing.

PATCH_VERSION_CONTROL set in the environment. I have fixed the test suite in 
commit af57793 now. In case that shouldn't help, what does the attached patch 

> And when I run "make -j4 check", I get even more,
> which makes me think the individual tests are not
> yet isolated enough to be run in parallel:

They should run fine in parallel, but the output isn't very useful. In case 
there are still failures, what does "make -k check" give?

Note that since commit 17c16b6 (Avoid replacing files when nothing has 
changed), no backup files get created when nothing has changed, either. I'm 
looking into this right now.


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