Boost Testing :
From: Aleksey Gurtovoy (agurtovoy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-10 20:31:30
Rene Rivera writes:
> Jonathan Turkanis wrote:
>> Rene Rivera wrote:
>>>Strange thing is I only immediately see link errors. At least on
>>>windows we get compile errors. So I'm doubtful it's not supported.
>>>But that instead we have some additional configuration we need to do
>>>I'll look later tonight on my machine at some of the individual tests
>>>to see what I can find out.
> OK, I looked, and surprise.. It works for my CW-8.3 setup. I tried the
> libs/format/test and the first of the links you posted, the
> libs/iostream/test/code_converter_test. And they pass. The very big
> difference I noticed is that I get link command like this:
> mwcc -maxerrors 5 -warnings on -maxwarnings 20 -nowraplines -g
> -search -prefix MSLCarbonPrefix.h
> "/Volumes/Swirl/Programming/Metrowerks CodeWarrior 8.0/Metrowerks
> -framework "Carbon" -o
> While Stephen's tests show this as the command:
> mwld -maxerrors 5 -warnings on -maxwarnings 20 -nowraplines -g
> Pay special attention to the command getting executed to do the link!
> So clearly there's still some discrepancy between the toolset in CVS
> and the toolset Stephen is using.
> PS. This is something that BuildBot would help with. We could go look
> at what files he is pulling down from CVS/tar. Or if some update
> command is silently failing on his machine that is preventing him from
> getting anything new at all.
In all fairness, this has nothing to do with BuildBot. All we have to
do to get this is to take 'regression.py' log and send it back
together with the XML results.
-- Aleksey Gurtovoy MetaCommunications Engineering