Boost Testing :
From: Sebastian Redl (sebastian.redl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-09-25 10:04:56
Beman Dawes wrote:
> The patch has been applied, the revision number is present in at least
> some of the .xml files, and "rev" is appearing in the column heads.
> But no actual revision number is appearing.
I underestimated the complexity of the stylesheets. Apparently, they
generate a completely different tree from the original, and then process
The revision number has to be explicitly transferred to the new
stylesheet. The attached patch does that.
However, I cannot get the system to work for me at all, with or without
the patch. It simply doesn't list any runners in the summary page, only
the libraries. I have downloaded boostbook.zip, IBM_Canada_Ltd.zip, and
the gcc, gcc-64 and intel Sandia results.
There is, in fact, something very strange going on on my computer,
possibly a bug in my xsltproc. An XSLT variable contains values it
cannot possibly contain, or simply forgets its value.
Either way, I cannot currently verify my changes myself.
The included patch is against the current trunk.
--- tools/regression/xsl_reports/xsl/v2/common.xsl (revision 39519)
+++ tools/regression/xsl_reports/xsl/v2/common.xsl (working copy)
@@ -65,7 +65,8 @@
<xsl:variable name="not_ordered_toolsets" select="set:distinct( .//test-log[ meta:is_test_log_a_test_case(.) and meta:show_toolset( @toolset, $release ) ]/@toolset ) "/>