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More Cygwin

From:
H.Merijn Brand
Date:
April 22, 2003 07:50
Subject:
More Cygwin
Message ID:
20030422161912.F39D.H.M.BRAND@hccnet.nl
On my laptop (also 1.5.0s 20030421)

Failed Test                 Stat Wstat Total Fail  Failed  List of Failed
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
../ext/DB_File/t/db-btree.t    0   139    ??   ??       %  ??
../ext/DB_File/t/db-hash.t     0   139    ??   ??       %  ??
../ext/DB_File/t/db-recno.t    0   139    ??   ??       %  ??
../ext/IO/lib/IO/t/io_xs.t                 4    2  50.00%  2-3
../ext/PerlIO/PerlIO.t         3   768    37    3   8.11%  26-28
../lib/ExtUtils/t/Install.t  255 65280    ??   ??       %  ??
../lib/Memoize/t/errors.t      0   139    11   16 145.45%  4-11
../lib/Memoize/t/tie.t         0   139    ??   ??       %  ??
io/layers.t                               43   19  44.19%  2 4 7 9-10 12 15 17-
                                                           18 20 22-24 26 36 38
                                                           41-43
op/lfs.t                                  17    4  23.53%  6 8 10 12
op/sysio.t                                39    1   2.56%  39
50 tests and 494 subtests skipped.
Failed 11/780 test scripts, 98.59% okay. 37/70649 subtests failed, 99.95% okay.


LT03:/P/perl-current 12 $ ./perl -Ilib lib/ExtUtils/t/Install.t
1..18
ok 1 - use ExtUtils::Install;
ok 2 - main->can('install')
ok 3 - main->can('uninstall')
ok 4 - main->can('pm_to_blib')
ok 5 - main->can('install_default')
Use of uninitialized value in addition (+) at lib/ExtUtils/Install.pm line 458.
Use of uninitialized value in utime at lib/ExtUtils/Install.pm line 458.
Use of uninitialized value in bitwise and (&) at lib/ExtUtils/Install.pm line 45
9.
AutoSplit: Can't open blib/lib/Big/Dummy.pm: No such file or directory
# Looks like you planned 18 tests but only ran 5.
# Looks like your test died just after 5.
LT03:/P/perl-current 13 $

LT03:/P/perl-current 13 $ ./perl -Ilib t/op/lfs.t
# checking whether we have sparse files...
# s1 = 1892766901 1391002 33206 1 1000 513 1892766901 1000003 1051021209 1051021
209 1051021209 1024 8
# s2 = 1892766901 2177435 33206 1 1000 513 1892766901 2000003 1051021209 1051021
209 1051021209 1024 8
# we seem to have sparse files...
# 1892766901 1522074 33206 1 1000 513 1892766901 5000000003 1051021209 105102120
9 1051021209 1024 8
1..17
ok 1
ok 2
ok 3
ok 4
ok 5
# bad offset 205032704, want 4500000000
# 32-bit wraparound suspected in tell() since
# 4500000000 - unpack('L', pack('L', 4500000000)) - 1 equals 205032704.
not ok 6
ok 7
# bad offset 205032705, want 4500000001
# 32-bit wraparound suspected in tell() since
# 4500000001 - unpack('L', pack('L', 4500000001)) - 1 equals 205032705.
not ok 8
ok 9
# bad offset 205032704, want 4500000000
# 32-bit wraparound suspected in tell() since
# 4500000000 - unpack('L', pack('L', 4500000000)) - 1 equals 205032704.
not ok 10
ok 11
# bad offset 705032704, want 5000000000
# 32-bit wraparound suspected in tell() since
# 5000000000 - unpack('L', pack('L', 5000000000)) - 1 equals 705032704.
not ok 12
ok 13
ok 14
ok 15
ok 16
ok 17
#
# If the lfs (large file support: large meaning larger than two
# gigabytes) tests are skipped or fail, it may mean either that your
# process (or process group) is not allowed to write large files
# (resource limits) or that the file system (the network filesystem?)
# you are running the tests on doesn't let your user/group have large
# files (quota) or the filesystem simply doesn't support large files.
# You may even need to reconfigure your kernel.  (This is all very
# operating system and site-dependent.)
#
# Perl may still be able to support large files, once you have
# such a process, enough quota, and such a (file) system.
# It is just that the test failed now.
#
LT03:/P/perl-current 14 $

LT03:/P/perl-current 17 $ ./perl -Ilib ext/DB_File/t/db-btree.t
1..177
ok 1
ok 2
ok 3
ok 4
ok 5
ok 6
ok 7
ok 8
ok 9
ok 10
ok 11
ok 12
ok 13
ok 14
ok 15
ok 16
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
LT03:/P/perl-current 18 $

LT03:/P/perl-current 18 $ ./perl -Ilib ext/DB_File/t/db-hash.t
1..143
ok 1
ok 2
ok 3
ok 4
ok 5
ok 6
ok 7
ok 8
ok 9
ok 10
ok 11
ok 12
ok 13
ok 14
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
LT03:/P/perl-current 19 $

LT03:/P/perl-current 21 $ ./perl -Ilib t/op/sysio.t
1..39
ok 1
ok 2
ok 3
ok 4
ok 5
ok 6
ok 7
ok 8
ok 9
ok 10
ok 11
ok 12
ok 13
ok 14
ok 15
ok 16
ok 17
ok 18
ok 19
ok 20
ok 21
ok 22
ok 23
ok 24
ok 25
ok 26
ok 27
ok 28
ok 29
ok 30
ok 31
ok 32
ok 33
ok 34
ok 35
ok 36
ok 37
ok 38
not ok 39
LT03:/P/perl-current 22 $


LT03:/P/perl-current 25 $ mount
C:\Cygwin\usr\X11R6\lib\X11\fonts on /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts type system (binmo
de)
C:\Cygwin\bin on /usr/bin type system (binmode)
C:\Cygwin\lib on /usr/lib type system (binmode)
C:\Util\Perl on /P type system (binmode)
C:\Cygwin on / type system (binmode)
C:\Work on /W type system (binmode)
C:\Tmp on /tmp type system (binmode)
C: on /C type system (binmode)
X: on /X type system (binmode)
LT03:/P/perl-current 26 $ echo $CYGWIN
ntsec binary tty
LT03:/P/perl-current 27 $

-- 
H.Merijn Brand        Amsterdam Perl Mongers (http://amsterdam.pm.org/)
using perl-5.6.1, 5.8.0 & 633 on HP-UX 10.20 & 11.00, AIX 4.2, AIX 4.3,
  WinNT 4, Win2K pro & WinCE 2.11.  Smoking perl CORE: smokers@perl.org
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