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Re: [PATCH] Test-suite update

From: Kevin Ryde
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Test-suite update
Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2005 09:54:33 +1000
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address@hidden (Ludovic Courtès) writes:
> BTW, this script sets `GUILE_LOAD_PATH' to `${top_srcdir}/test-suite'
> only.  Consequently, the `ice-9' modules (and in particular
> `boot-9.scm') are loaded from `${datadir}/guile/1.7', /not/ from the
> source tree, which is wrong.

Did you try it (ie. ./check-guile)?  I believe it uses
./pre-inst-guile, and that script sets the paths correctly to run

A typical run to do one test is say "./check-guile elisp.test" from
the top-level.

> In fact, I would rather remove `check-guile' and the top-level
>'s `TESTS', and let `make check' recursively find out what to
> do.

Yep.  I've done that for my charting package, you can set
TESTS_ENVIRONMENT to "guile -s" or whatever for setups and so the test
files don't have to be executables.  It's automake-friendly, but you
miss out on the aggregated success/fail counts that the current setup

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