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Re: Smoke [blead] v5.15.3-33-g0f8d4b5 FAIL(F) linux2.6.38-11-generic [debian] (x86_64/8 cpu)

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Nicholas Clark
Date:
September 23, 2011 08:50
Subject:
Re: Smoke [blead] v5.15.3-33-g0f8d4b5 FAIL(F) linux2.6.38-11-generic [debian] (x86_64/8 cpu)
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20110923154952.GS23881@plum.flirble.org
On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 10:27:55PM -0600, Karl Williamson wrote:

> The reasons I'm uncertain if doing this is a problem, is why does this 
> only fail under minitest?  Why does regular test not care about this 
> extra output.  (minitest uses t/TEST).

I think that the smokers are (only) using t/harness. It fails with "real"
perl with t/TEST:

$ ./perl harness re/regexp.t 
re/regexp.t .. ok         
All tests successful.
Files=1, Tests=1541,  0 wallclock secs ( 0.41 usr  0.03 sys +  0.63 cusr  0.01 csys =  1.08 CPU)
Result: PASS
$ ./perl TEST re/regexp.t 
t/re/regexp ... FAILED--unexpected output at test 1539
Failed 1 test out of 1, 0.00% okay.
        re/regexp.t
### Since not all tests were successful, you may want to run some of
### them individually and examine any diagnostic messages they produce.
### See the INSTALL document's section on "make test".
### You may have to set your dynamic library search path,
### LD_LIBRARY_PATH, to point to the build directory:
###   setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH `pwd`; cd t; ./perl harness
###   LD_LIBRARY_PATH=`pwd`; export LD_LIBRARY_PATH; cd t; ./perl harness
###   export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=`pwd`; cd t; ./perl harness
### for csh-style shells, like tcsh; or for traditional/modern
### Bourne-style shells, like bash, ksh, and zsh, respectively.
u=0.12  s=0.02  cu=0.64  cs=0.01  scripts=1  tests=1541

[and therefore will fail with make test, which I haven't tried as it is
slow on a multicore machine]

It's t/TEST vs t/harness, not "perl" vs "miniperl"

Nicholas Clark

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