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Re: [mp2] NetBSD-1.6.2 modperl snapshot build error

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  • Stas Bekman
    ... [...] ... You mean the apr/apr-util/httpd-2.0 snapshots are apr-1.x httpd-2.1 branches? You are right, Randy. The snapshots are of the cvs HEAD, whereas
    Message 1 of 66 , Aug 1, 2004
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      Randy Kobes wrote:
      > On Sun, 1 Aug 2004, Stas Bekman wrote:
      >
      >
      >>MGorbunov@... wrote:
      >
      > [ ... ]
      >
      >>>snapshots used:
      >>>---------------
      >>>apr-iconv_20040729101255.tar.gz httpd-2.0_20040729101922.tar.gz
      >>>apr-util_20040729101259.tar.gz modperl-2.0_20040729042917.tar.gz
      >>>apr_20040729101246.tar.gz

      [...]
      > I haven't tried this, but is it known in particular that the
      > mod_perl 2 APR::* modules work with these
      > apr/apr-util/httpd-2.0 snapshots (which are in the
      > development trees)?

      You mean the apr/apr-util/httpd-2.0 snapshots are apr-1.x httpd-2.1
      branches? You are right, Randy. The snapshots are of the cvs HEAD,
      whereas httpd-2.0 is not HEAD. HEAD is httpd-2.1. So Mikhail, please use
      cvs as explained here:
      http://perl.apache.org/download/source.html#Development_mod_perl_2_0_Source_Distribution


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    • MGorbunov@imbank.ru
      ... k714% make test TEST_VERBOSE=1 ... t/protocol/echo_filter.t t/protocol/pseudo_http.t ... t/filter/both_str_con_add....1..4 # Running under perl version
      Message 66 of 66 , Sep 29, 2004
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        Stas Bekman <stas@...> wrote on 29.09.2004 16:27:50:

        >
        > Thanks, but these particular 4 tests, were they passed or skipped? I
        > suppose passed, since the rule is to skip only for < 2.0.52.
        >
        k714% make test TEST_VERBOSE=1 \
        > TEST_FILES="t/filter/both_str_con_add.t t/protocol/echo_block.t
        t/protocol/echo_filter.t t/protocol/pseudo_http.t"

        ...

        t/filter/both_str_con_add....1..4
        # Running under perl version 5.008004 for netbsd
        # Current time local: Wed Sep 29 16:31:19 2004
        # Current time GMT: Wed Sep 29 12:31:19 2004
        # Using Test.pm version 1.24
        # Using Apache/Test.pm version 1.14
        ok 1
        # expected: mod_perl
        # received: mod_perl
        ok 2
        # expected: 2.0
        # received: 2.0
        ok 3
        # expected: rules
        # received: rules
        ok 4
        ok
        t/protocol/echo_block........1..3
        # Running under perl version 5.008004 for netbsd
        # Current time local: Wed Sep 29 16:31:20 2004
        # Current time GMT: Wed Sep 29 12:31:20 2004
        # Using Test.pm version 1.24
        # Using Apache/Test.pm version 1.14
        ok 1
        # expected: hello
        # received: hello
        ok 2
        # expected: world
        # received: world
        ok 3
        ok
        t/protocol/echo_filter.......1..3
        # Running under perl version 5.008004 for netbsd
        # Current time local: Wed Sep 29 16:31:22 2004
        # Current time GMT: Wed Sep 29 12:31:22 2004
        # Using Test.pm version 1.24
        # Using Apache/Test.pm version 1.14
        ok 1
        # expected: HELLO
        # received: HELLO
        ok 2
        # expected: WORLD
        # received: WORLD
        ok 3
        ok
        t/protocol/pseudo_http.......# connecting to localhost:8544
        1..13
        # Running under perl version 5.008004 for netbsd
        # Current time local: Wed Sep 29 16:31:23 2004
        # Current time GMT: Wed Sep 29 12:31:23 2004
        # Using Test.pm version 1.24
        # Using Apache/Test.pm version 1.14
        ok 1
        # testing : greeting
        # expected: HELO
        # received: HELO
        ok 2
        # send: HELO
        # testing : login
        # expected: Login:
        # received: Login:
        ok 3
        # send: stas
        # testing : good password
        # expected: Password:
        # received: Password:
        ok 4
        # send: foobar
        # testing : banner
        # expected: Welcome to TestProtocol::pseudo_http
        # received: Welcome to TestProtocol::pseudo_http
        ok 5
        # testing : date
        # expected: Available commands: date quit
        # received: Available commands: date quit
        ok 6
        # send: date
        # testing : quit
        # expected: (?-xism:The time is:)
        # received: The time is: Wed Sep 29 16:31:24 2004
        ok 7
        # send: quit
        # testing : end of transmission
        # expected: Goodbye
        # received: Goodbye
        ok 8
        ok 9
        # testing : greeting
        # expected: HELO
        # received: HELO
        ok 10
        # send: HELO
        # testing : login
        # expected: Login:
        # received: Login:
        ok 11
        # send: stas
        # testing : wrong password
        # expected: Password:
        # received: Password:
        ok 12
        # send: foObaR
        # testing : end of transmission
        # expected: Access Denied
        # received: Access Denied
        ok 13
        ok
        All tests successful.
        Files=4, Tests=23, 5 wallclock secs ( 4.56 cusr + 0.65 csys = 5.21 CPU)
        [warning] server localhost:8529 shutdown

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