64656Re: status of tests in src/testdir?
- Apr 5, 2012David Pope wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 2:31 AM, Nazri Ramliy <ayiehere@...> wrote:That modification should not be necessary, since the line just above it
> > The doc is (just a teeny bit) inaccurate.
> > I'm the one who wrote that note, and also the one who submitted the
> > patch for the :find, :sfind and :tabfind completion, bugs and all :)
> > For completion, the "/**" path specification is supported. The doc
> > should be patched like this:
> > [elided]
> Thanks very much for responding Nazri. I rechecked my results on a
> clean(er) source tree and now the test runs flawlessly. So that means the
> problem is with my win32 symlink patch, which means your automated test
> served its purpose perfectly. :) Onward to debugging my code...
> (To answer your question, I'm building x64 target using VS2010.)
> Separately, in order to get three of the tests to complete, I had to change
> the following line in Make_dos.mak:
> -$(VIMPROG) -u dos.vim --noplugin "+argdo set ff=dos|upd" +q *.in
> - -$(VIMPROG) -u dos.vim --noplugin "+argdo set ff=unix|upd" +q
> + -$(VIMPROG) -u dos.vim --noplugin "+argdo set ff=unix|upd" +q
> dotest.in test60.ok test71.ok test74.ok
> These three tests output in ff=unix, either explicitly (test 60) or
> implicitly (tests 71, 74), so the diff fails. Do they run without
> modifications for you?
includes "*.ok" and should fix all .ok files. Perhaps you are using a
make that expands wildcards and then runs into the maximum line length?
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