From: Victor A. Wagner, Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-05 11:29:23
At Monday 2002/08/05 07:28, you wrote:
>Starting with this morning's run, the Win32 regression test compiler
>status reports will now be available at their permanent location. See
>Because the cs-win32-links.html is fairly large (392k), a .zip file (49k)
>with all the reports is also available:
>Of all the reports, the one I find most useful is
>shows test results that have changed recently in a larger font.
Very nice work!!
>Looking at it today, we see that yesterday's function changes broke
>function_test for several compilers, and some integer related warnings got
>cleared (in several tests).
>I consider the click-through to the compiler, linker, and run messages to
>be a great success. It really makes it easy to inspect failures.
>It takes a lot of behind the scenes magic, which isn't quite 100%
>foolproof. For example, test_thread for gcc isn't reporting any messages
>for the failure. That's because the run test is hanging, and I'm having
>to manually kill the process. test_thread for Intel is also a bit
>confused; the .dll isn't being found, so I'm having to manually clear a
>dialog box that pops up. That test is shown as a change, because
>yesterday I ran it after manually moving the .dll to somewhere it would be
>found, and the test worked.
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