[oleaut32/tests] Error when running tests on Wine, anyone?
paul.vriens.wine at gmail.com
Tue Aug 14 02:22:04 CDT 2007
Paul Vriens wrote:
> Detlef Riekenberg wrote:
>> On So, 2007-08-12 at 10:50 +0200, Stefan Leichter wrote:
>>>>> Can somebody confirm if all oleaut32 tests run correctly on Wine.
>>>> detlef at p4:~/wine.cvs/bin$ wine dlls/oleaut32/tests/oleaut32_test.exe.so
>>>> vartest.c:3129: Test failed: got VT_R8(-145) expected VT_R8(-1.4)
>>>> vartest: 1031878 tests executed (0 marked as todo, 1 failure), 0
>>>> Intel P4 2GHz / Ubuntu 6.06
>>> Should we think about localisation?
>> That's the reason for the failure!
>> LANG="en_GB.UTF-8" wine ... => 0 failures
>> Also for "en_GB", "it_IT", "fr_FR", "gr_GR", ....
>>> Of course we are running both debian base distributions. This might
>>> be another item to look on.
>> Not needed.
>> Our tests are not correct for w2k and below.
>> My w2k_sp4(german) has 539 failures and includes the failure from wine:
>>> vartest.c:3129: Test failed: got VT_R8(-145) expected VT_R8(-1.4)
>> The WRT-Resultpage has 536 failures for w2k:
> OK, we have a few results now and it we know that localization is
> important. This however doesn't fix it for me, so there are more variables.
> I'm running on FC7 x86_64 with gcc 4.1.2. If people can post there
> versions etc.. we can maybe come up with the other variables (this also
> means people where the tests succeeds).
> So far:
> - localization influences the tests (which make sense because of the '.'
> in 1.45 which is a ',' in other locales)
> - I have 2 failures reported (with the same results) on a FC6/FC7
> x86_64. So maybe the 64-bit is a variable as well.
Just installed a new F7 (x86) and the failures are present there as well. So
it's most likely not a 64bit thingy. Could thus be gcc related?
Could we rewrite the test:
to overcome the decimal separator issue. Or do we need other means to construct
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