Boost Testing :
Subject: Re: [Boost-testing] RE Cygwin "execvp: Argument list too long" errors
From: Juergen Hunold (juergen.hunold_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-04-18 11:00:39
Hi Frederic !
On Friday 17 April 2009, frederic.bron_at_[hidden] wrote:
> I was running the tests on cygwin but I encountered some
> 1) suddenly, the test procedure stopped working (since somewhere
> between the 2nd of April 16h53 +0000 and the 3rd of April 8h45
> +0000); I get the message below when building process_jam_log (I
> suspect something related to the definition of
mmh. Looks like the "lack of wide charakter support in cygwin" issue.
There are several threads about that one on the devel mailing list.
> 2) I was running the tests on a USB FAT32 external disk and each time
> I wanted to perform a full test (i.e. not incremental), it took so
> much time to download the trunk that I posted on the list and was
> answered that it was not supposed to run on that type of disk...
Why don't you use "--force-update" option for run.py
From run.py --help:
--force-update do an SVN update (if applicable) instead of a clean
checkout, even when performing a full run
That would prevent a new checkout and simply update the existing working
copy. Using a fresh checkout each time is simply wasting bandwith...
> so I decided to stop running the tests. If it is possible to find
> what's wrong in the test procedure with cygwin, I can restart testing
> but still with my USB FAT32 disk.
Well, there have been some changes to Boost.Config recently.
From boost/filesystem/config.hpp I get the impression that
BOOST_NO_STD_WSTRING is/was not defined for cygwin...
And using "update" instead of a full checkout should bring some
speedup. Maybe upgrading to svn 1.6.1 might speed things up, too.
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