From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-22 14:20:36
I saw this and that's what I was referring to. But I'm not sure whether
or not it does it.
Here is another case from the serialization library.
Some compilers don't support wide characters and I would to
detect this automatically rather than chasing down all the tool sets
on a continuing basis.
So the first thought would be to create test in config like:
test_wide_char_support which would fail if the proper define
then the tests which would depend on such support would
be invoked conditionally upon the SUCCESSFUL
completion of test_wide_char support. This is analogous
to the makefile behavior in that a program isn't linked if
compilation of any one of its components fails. (I realise
that the true dependency is on the existence of an updated
*.o file - but the result is the same.
As I read the link below - it doesn't seem to help here.
John Maddock wrote:
> Robert Ramey wrote:
>> Maybe this is in the new v2 somewhere.
> Does adding:
> To the test's requirements do it?
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