hg-1.4 test, solaris: 5 errors

rupert.thurner rupert.thurner at gmail.com
Sun Nov 8 11:47:36 CST 2009


On 8 Nov., 18:32, Benoit Boissinot <benoit.boissi... at ens-lyon.org>
wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 08, 2009 at 09:24:31AM -0800, rupert.thurner wrote:
> > On 8 Nov., 18:08, Benoit Boissinot <benoit.boissi... at ens-lyon.org>
> > wrote:
> > > On Sun, Nov 08, 2009 at 08:43:31AM -0800, rupert.thurner wrote:
> > > >http://mercurial.pastebin.com/f7f400bdacontainsa test of hg-stable,
> > > > eccc8aacd6f9, 5 tests are failing on opencsw, which is a much better
> > > > result than ever before, many thanks!
>
> > > > Failed test-bisect: output changed
> > > > Failed test-subrepo: output changed
> > > > Failed test-diffstat: output changed and returned error code 2
> > > > Failed test-patchbomb: output changed and returned error code 1
> > > > Failed test-extension: output changed
>
> > > patchbomb and diffstat fixed by:
> > > 99a2096c3d8d | 2009-11-08 17:59 +0100 | benoit: fix test-diffstat on solaris
> > > b39f98be96de | 2009-11-08 18:05 +0100 | benoit: fix test-patchbomb on solaris
>
> > > subrepo is failing here too, I'm not sure about the two others.
>
> > > thanks!
>
> > many thanks!
> > on solaris, debian, ubuntu, and i guess on every unixishy os, /bin/
> > bash exists. contrary to /bin/sh, which is the original bourne shell
> > on solaris. maybe the tests should use /bin/bash in general?
>
> It's usually not a problem.
>
> Subrepo should now be fixed in crew, bisect and extension will need to
> be investigated.
>
> For bisect, can you give us the return code when trying to execute a
> program that does not exist? (hg expects 127)
>
this is the shell as well:

rupert at build10s:~/hg-stable-10s
$ asdf
-bash: asdf: command not found

rupert at build10s:~/hg-stable-10s
$ echo $?
127

rupert at build10s:~/hg-stable-10s
$ sh
$ asdf
asdf: not found
$ echo $?
1
$


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