[perl #29836] [PATCH] No need to skip some tests on Cygwin

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Joshua Gatcomb

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May 24, 2004, 1:00:14 PM5/24/04
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extend 12 previously hung on Cygwin: If configured
with --intval=long and --opcode=long this is not the
case

threads were all being skipped on Cygwin: They all
pass except the 2 that are being universally skipped

timer were all being skipped on Cygwin: They all pass

Cheers
Joshua Gatcomb
a.k.a. Limbic~Region




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extend.patch
threads.patch
timer.patch

Bernhard Schmalhofer via RT

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Aug 7, 2005, 3:18:26 PM8/7/05
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Hi,

I have applied a couple of old patches from Limbic~Region. These patches
are enabling some tests for cygwin. Unfortunately I have no cygwin
installed, so I can't tell whether the enabled tests are passing. But I
think that right after a release is a good time for breaking things.

Could one of the Cygwin users tell whether everything is OK?

> extend 12 previously hung on Cygwin: If configured
> with --intval=long and --opcode=long this is not the
> case

This might still be problematic.



> threads were all being skipped on Cygwin: They all
> pass except the 2 that are being universally skipped

The threads tests were already enabled for cygwin.



> timer were all being skipped on Cygwin: They all pass

Timer tests are now enabled

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Nick Glencross

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Aug 7, 2005, 5:09:25 PM8/7/05
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Bernhard Schmalhofer via RT wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I have applied a couple of old patches from Limbic~Region. These patches
>are enabling some tests for cygwin. Unfortunately I have no cygwin
>installed, so I can't tell whether the enabled tests are passing. But I
>think that right after a release is a good time for breaking things.
>
>Could one of the Cygwin users tell whether everything is OK?
>
>

My pleasure.

All extend and thread tests have passed for me on trunk with normal
build. timer seems to pass outside the harness, but isn't happy inside
it. Signal seems to have a 'Signal 1' message in the output which breaks
the test.

I'm just going to repeat this to double check things. I'll add any
updates if there are any.

[Also trans has the problem with one of the trig tests (which has been
mentioned a few times!), and dynclasses don't build yet]

Regards,

Nick

Bernhard Schmalhofer via RT

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Aug 8, 2005, 2:42:14 PM8/8/05
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> All extend and thread tests have passed for me on trunk with normal
> build. timer seems to pass outside the harness, but isn't happy inside
> it. Signal seems to have a 'Signal 1' message in the output which breaks
> the test.
>
> I'm just going to repeat this to double check things. I'll add any
> updates if there are any.
>
> [Also trans has the problem with one of the trig tests (which has been
> mentioned a few times!), and dynclasses don't build yet]

On p6i Nick reported success for the timer and signal tests on an
updated Cygwin.

For the failing trig test there is now ticket [perl #36835] and for the
dynclasses problem there is not [perl #36836]. Thus this ticket can be
resolved.

Nick: Could you check the cygwin information in PLATFORMS? If you send a
patch, I'll apply it.
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