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Re: [DotGNU]Platform testers wanted

From: Ian Game
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Platform testers wanted
Date: Sun, 05 Jan 2003 11:21:23 +0000
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Rhys Weatherley wrote:

We're coming down to the wire on pnet version 0.5.0. It's that time again when we need to make sure that all platforms work correctly.

So, I would appreciate reports from people on how well pnet works on their GNU/Linux distribution of choice, cygwin, mingw32, *BSD, Solaris, MacOSX, etc, etc, etc.

If you get a build break, then use the "madcow" and send me the output. Also try to build and "make check" pnetlib and pnetC while you are at it.



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I thought the best place to start was with the csunit tests.

I cvs'd yesterday so all sould be more or less up to date. (I'm working under cygwin BTW). There were no probs
building: trecc, pnet, pnetlib.

On running the tests using 'make check' from the pnetlib/tests dir I had several places where there was an uncaught ArgumentNullException so I added the appropriate catch for this exception in the test code.

Is this as expected? Have I overlooked something obvious here? Sorry, but this is my first attempt with PNET soplease bear with me.



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