184.108.40.206 test status
rpgoldman at sift.net
Thu Nov 17 20:09:39 UTC 2016
On 11/17/16 Nov 17 -1:21 PM, Elias Pipping wrote:
>> On 17 Nov 2016, at 19:55, Robert Goldman <rpgoldman at sift.net>
>> I show 220.127.116.11 passing all tests on Mac and Linux, failing
>> test-require and test-run-program on ECL bytecodes on Windows.
>> test-require is a long-standing ECL bug on Windows that Jason
>> Miller has confirmed. There's a bug report in to ECL, so we don't
>> have to worry about this.
>> test-run-program shows a failure on run-program with a string
>> argument versus with a list argument.
>> Attaching a snippet of the transcript. I'd like to get this
>> either fixed or dismissed as an ECL problem before we release.
>> Cheers, R
> Thanks, Robert.
> The test-run-program issue is a regression. And I must’ve introduced
> it with
> which relied on
> I would’ve expected that to work after reading
> but apparently I’m missing something. The simplest solution that
> will make things work again is to restrict the use of launch-program
> in %system further: Not just to recent versions but also to unix.
> That’ll give us a regression-free release. I’d much rather understand
> this quoting problem you mentioned in your other mail though and why
> this test would trigger it. The switch to launch-program in %system
> is what gives us reliable interactive output after all, and I’d
> prefer to have that on windows, too.
I'm busy today, but I'll try to squeeze in a little time to revert the
use of launch-program and test.
I'll report back as soon as possible.
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