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From:
Tony Cook
Date:
July 26, 2012 16:39
Subject:
Re: cygwin smokes
Message ID:
20120726233853.GA30080@mars.tony.develop-help.com
On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 06:14:23PM -0400, bulk 88 wrote:
> 
> I've been looking at perl.daily-build.reports using google groups, and I can't seem to find a single cygwin smoke in any perl release (5.16 or 5.17, maybe 5.14) that ever passed in 2012. Is it normal for the cygwin smokes to never pass?
>  		 	   		  

Yes, they never pass.

The call_checker.t failure is ticket 78502.

The Win32 failure is https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=66751

The Win32-Unicode failure is https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=74332

The Net-Ping failures I was looking at, the icmp one is a permissions
problem (it should skip), I couldn't figure out the udp failure, but I
haven't spent much time on it.

I haven't followed up on the sigdispatch.t failure, it appears[1] to have
started between b7256f66 and 32995a38 where I had a big break in smoke
testing.

Tony

[1] 
mysql> select left(pr.sha, 8) as "sha", ordering as "ord", body like('%sigdispatch%') from parsed_reports pr, git_commits gc where gc.sha = pr.sha and os like 'cygwin%' and gc.branch = 'blead' order by 2 desc limit 255,10;
+----------+-------+----------------------------+
| sha      | ord   | body like('%sigdispatch%') |
+----------+-------+----------------------------+
| 1d8dd5fc | 43926 |                          1 |
| 6d91e957 | 43920 |                          1 |
| ad790500 | 43917 |                          1 |
| c2654555 | 43915 |                          1 |
| 32995a38 | 43914 |                          1 |
| b7256f66 | 42829 |                          0 |
| d39de893 | 42440 |                          0 |
| 985b9e54 | 42433 |                          0 |
| ff55a019 | 42394 |                          0 |
| 656b40da | 42147 |                          0 |
+----------+-------+----------------------------+
10 rows in set (4.03 sec)

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