From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-04-07 03:09:22
Andre Hentz wrote:
> On Fri, 4 Apr 2003, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> > The current state is
> > - 2 tests (symlink and railsys) are not run -- they hardly can work on
> > Windows - 2 tests (project_test3 and dependency_test) fail --- we never
> > had big problems with them before, so I assume it's because I was
> > running tests from network mounted drive
> > - all other tests pass
> > Those are good results, I think. If somebody could verify them (and
> > confirm that the two failing tests fail because of my local
> > configuration), we can declare msvc as fully supported.
> With the exception of symlink and railsys, everything passes on both
> win32/msvc and cygwin/gcc.
> I had to make the attached change to get cygwin
> to pass prebuilt.py, but that is still not correct (for instance, it won't
> work if os=cygwin/toolset=msvc).
Could you please try modifying the file to read:
if [ modules.peek : OS ] in CYGWIN
if $toolset = gcc
dll-suffix = dll ;
dll-suffix = lib ;
and see if os=cygwin/toolset=msvc pass this test? The $toolset variable will
be magically replaced by the toolset currently being tested.
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