[PATCH 5/5] cmd: rename reference file from .out to .exp to avoid clash with gnu make builtin rule
paul.vriens.wine at gmail.com
Thu Feb 18 06:32:35 CST 2010
On 02/18/2010 11:36 AM, Paul Vriens wrote:
> On 02/18/2010 09:50 AM, Paul Vriens wrote:
>> On 02/16/2010 10:08 PM, Dan Kegel wrote:
>>> Without this, editing the .cmd file and then running make would
>>> cause make to overwrite the .out file with a copy of the .cmd file!
>>> Evidently '.out' is not appropriate as a suffix for a nongenerated
>>> source file. The arbitrarily-chosen .exp suffix works better
>>> (if anyone asks, it stands for 'expected output').
>>> programs/cmd/tests/batch.c | 4 ++--
>>> programs/cmd/tests/rsrc.rc | 4 ++--
>>> programs/cmd/tests/test_builtins.cmd.exp | 18 ++++++++++++++++++
>>> programs/cmd/tests/test_builtins.cmd.out | 18 ------------------
>>> 4 files changed, 22 insertions(+), 22 deletions(-)
>>> create mode 100644 programs/cmd/tests/test_builtins.cmd.exp
>>> delete mode 100644 programs/cmd/tests/test_builtins.cmd.out
>> Hi Dan,
>> These last changes introduce several test failures on some W2K, XP and
>> W2K3 boxes but on all Wine ones:
>> One thing I've noticed is that the succeeding ones run 12 tests whereas
>> the failing ones run 14 tests.
>> Could you have a look?
> Nice, I just ran the latest tests again on winetestbot (as you also did
> before submitting) and they don't fail.
> So the big issue will be to reproduce these failures. I wasn't able on
> Windows, but I am on Wine when doing something like:
> "wine winetest-latest.exe cmd.exe:batch"
> Note that "make batch.ok" works just fine.
> I've build my own winetest and there I can trigger the failures on Wine
> as well. On to some debugging exercise.
I think, I got it. It's a case-sensitivity issue.
When I run the crosscompiled winetest on my Wine box I get for 'workdir':
The test.out file however contains:
(notice the lower case 't' for temp).
The same is probably true for several Windows boxes. On the winetestbot
tests are run from the C:\winetest directory. Winetest.exe however uses
the "%TEMP%\wct" directory which contains (XP/W2K3) something like
'Document and Settings'.
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