Subject: Re: [boost] [testing] Dissapearing regression results
From: Adam Wulkiewicz (adam.wulkiewicz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-06-08 17:53:18
Adam Wulkiewicz wrote:
> Adam Wulkiewicz wrote:
>> I noticed that for the latest runs the tests of Geometry are missing.
>> Surprisingly not all, 2 tests for geometry/index sublib are present.
>> Initially I thought that it may be caused by the recent
>> modularization but I didn't noticed any problems in any of the
>> libraries I checked randomly.
> Now I see problems in other libraries too.
>> So I decided to try running the tests by myself. I tried:
>> 1. Windows + GitBash -> a lot of "can't find xxx file" errors (b2
>> headers didn't work properly)
>> 2. Windows + GitBash with admin rights -> exactly what can be seen in
>> the tests, bjam.log shows that only 2 tests from Geometry was choosen
>> for testing
>> 3. Windows + cmd with admin rights -> everything is ok (in case you
>> wanted to check it - runner Test2)
>> 4. Linux -> also everything is ok (runner Test)
> 3 and 4 was ok because there was only 1 module tested
> --libraries=geometry. For 2 I tested also core and test.
> I tested it locally running (in case someone would like to play with
> it too):
> b2 status --dump-tests --debug-configuration
> and found out that the problem is related with the usage of
> 'build-project' in Jamfiles.
> This is not only seen in Geometry, though it's the library that uses
> this instruction most extensively.
> E.g. see:
> The projects aren't parsed recursively since ~6.06.2014. What's going on?
> May it be caused by some invalid Jamfiles added recently for some
> other libraries?
I isolated the problem. It's in the Config tests. I believe this commit
introduces the issue:
It's related to the addition of the Config checks to the test/Jamfile.v2:
import ../checks/config : requires ;
[ run config_build_check.cpp : : : [ requires int128 cxx11_constexpr cxx11_user_defined_literals ] ]
I'm curious why this addition creates this issue? Could someone explain?
And could you please fix it?
My attempt would end with removing of 'requires' and this is probably
not how it should be fixed.
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