71389Re: fix tests for DOS/Windows
- Jun 19, 2013Bram Moolenaar <Bram@...> wrote:
>I'm not sure if cksum behaves like md5sum, but
> Taro Muraoka wrote:
>> There are tests failed on DOS/Windows environment.
>> I have fixed two of them.
>> Please check attached patches.
>> test50: Short name seems depending on OS version.
>> On my Win7, "c:/x.x.y" has short name "c:/XX9B80~1.Y", it will not be matched.
>> So I made it flexible.
>> test77: failed when "cksum" available (MinGW or Cygwin).
> Thanks. test50 fails on Unix though, I'll need to fix that.
for md5sum, it is necessary to use the -b flag (md5sum -b)
to have the same md5 on Windows and Linux
because by default, md5sum opens file in text mode
which can give different results on Windows and on
Linux. I don't see a -b option to cksum though in the
man page on Linux though.
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