Dimitrie O. Paun
dpaun at rogers.com
Sun Nov 7 17:21:02 CST 2004
On Sun, Nov 07, 2004 at 02:01:13PM -0800, Dan Kegel wrote:
> 1. Why are all the archived posts to wine-test-results empty?
> See http://www.winehq.org/hypermail/wine-tests-results/2004/11
> Every message body is empty! What's up with that?
That's a good question. Chris, what's going on?
> 2. The URL http://test.winehq.org/data/ appears to contain
> digests of all winetest results received by the server, but
> this information is not documented anywhere I could find
> at www.winehq.org. Seems like a top level page is in order.
Yes, one is planned for (Under http://www.winehq.org/site/status
in the right-hand box), but nobody did it until now. It need to
-- an explanation for the entire winetest business
-- ditto for winrash (http://winrash.sf.net)
-- where they can download them
-- how they can help by actually running them (winrash is preferred)
-- a legend for the test pages
Any volunteers? :)
> 3. winetest.exe currently assumes you're running under Windows.
> See main.c line 577:
> (putenv ("WINETEST_PLATFORM=windows") ||
> Wouldn't it be useful to allow Linux results to be computed
> and reported via winetest, too? Presumably it could detect
> that it's running on Linux somehow. (perhaps by running uname -a...)
It would be cool (and we support it), but in practical terms, it will
be more of a problem (that's why we explicitely disable it). We know
that all tests run under Wine/Linux anyway, so it would provide little
additional benefit, but the potential to screw up our reports is rather
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