[PATCH 1 of 2] run-tests: make --tmpdir option more useful
mg at lazybytes.net
Wed Jul 15 10:39:43 CDT 2009
Augie Fackler <durin42 at gmail.com> writes:
> On Jul 12, 2009, at 4:52 PM, Greg Ward wrote:
>> On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 12:10 PM, Augie Fackler<durin42 at gmail.com>
>>> On Jul 11, 2009, at 5:54 PM, Greg Ward wrote:
>>>> # HG changeset patch
>>>> # User Greg Ward <greg at gerg.ca>
>>>> # Date 1247350616 14400
>>>> # Node ID ad3cd96f3eab09436624b230cb9f0830a70e155b
>>>> # Parent 54eb3782d32fcc9de072b5e7c9efb6b2bad211c3
>>>> run-tests: make --tmpdir option more useful.
>>>> - instead of creating HGTMP inside tmpdir, now HGTMP is tmpdir
>>>> (thus, fail if tmpdir already exists)
>>>> - passing --tmpdir automatically turns on --keep-tmpdir
>>> I'm going to chime in with a -1 on that - I frequently assign the
>>> tmpdir to
>>> be on a RAM disk for speed, and still want the test results to be
>>> away. In fact, I've never used --keep-tmpdir.
>> <snip rationale explanation>
>> Any better ideas for how to support those use cases?
> I totally *get* the use case of keeping the temporary directory, I'm
> saying that having it on if --tmpdir is specified doesn't seem like
> the behavior I want. For your use case, --tmpdir /tmp/foo --keep-
> tmpdir is sufficient, isn't it?
> I typically run the tests and expect no failures, but always specify
> tmpdir to be a RAM disk. Your case requires my use case to run rm -rf
> $HGTMP after every test run.
Would it not be easier for you to set TMP=/mnt/ramdisk instead of
--tmpdir=/mn/ramdisk? Using the former should have the same effect as
the latter, except that it will delete the tmpdir after Greg's patch.
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