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Re: Need baseline test of Windows port of PSPP 0.4

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: Need baseline test of Windows port of PSPP 0.4
Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 15:08:00 -0700
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"John Granata" <address@hidden> writes:

> I have completed a "baseline test port" of the 0.4 version to Windows.
> The program installs via a user friendly setup program and seems to run OK 
> for the few test cases I have pushed through.

This is good news.  I am happy to hear that someone has been
working on better Windows support.

What compiler environment are you using to build PSPP under
Windows?  We have reports that Cygwin works well "out of the
box".  Other environments are probably more challenging.

Are you interested in trying to push your changes toward the CVS
tree, so that at least some of them could appear in the next

> I have no experience using the program myself and thus don't have the 
> know-how or test vectors to do any type of significant assessment.
> If you have a need to run under Windows and have some test data, please let 
> me know and I will send it along to you.
> Equally helpful would be .BAT file versions of the "make test" scripts - if 
> you have these available kindly send them along.

I have a feeling that it would be easier to install a Bourne
compatible shell than to convert the test scripts.
Ben Pfaff 
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