[Wine] Call for help with Wine 1.0 testing
dank at kegel.com
Fri May 16 09:58:03 CDT 2008
On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 10:43 PM, John Klehm <xixsimplicityxix at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I wrote a postprocessor to do it. It's at http://kegel.com/wine/skipgood.pl.txt
>> An example of its output is at http://kegel.com/wine/failing.html
>> It really does make it easier to see all the failures.
> Your webserver doesn't like serving your skipgood.pl.txt file =/
Bleah. I added a symlink, you can see it now at
I also updated http://kegel.com/wine/failing.html
It's very interesting to see what's failing!
The d3d9/visual tests seemed to pass for Jeremy White, but only because
a skip() was missing. Patch sent,
The only tests that are failing for every system are shell32:shelllink
shelllink doesn't fail when run via make test,
so it might be a winetest artifact.
Do the d3d9/visual tests really pass for *anybody*?
The user32/msg tests pass if you have a good window manager, as noted
As Jeremy suggested, several of the remaining failures might
be missing packages at build time, and we could deal with some
of those by making them mandatory.
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