Lots of 'make test' failures on Windows
jakob at vmlinux.org
Thu Oct 25 11:51:23 CDT 2007
Juan Lang wrote:
>> Just looking at the pretty colors may not make this very obvious, but
>> the state of the tests is APPALLING.
> Agreed. I wonder how much of it has to do with not noticing that the
> tests have failed?
> I may just be transforming the problem from an easy one (we shouldn't
> be lazy about checking the test results) to a hard one, but: what
> about automatically doing a regression test to find the patch that
> broke the test, and logging a bug for it?
Amen!!! I have meaning to do this, but I have not been able to find
> I suspect the biggest problem is keeping the winetest executable up to
> date on the systems. If the test system can't compile the tests, it
> can't easily perform a regression test. What's the biggest obstacle
> to that?
One could do like Bazaar developers do, they have mailing list robot
that snatches patches on their dev list and commits them.
Our robot could build them (on a linux system) and run the resulting
winetest.exe on a virtual machined windows.
Then the patch could be blackflagged _before_ it was commited by Alexandre.
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