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Re: errors on make check
On May 16, 2008, at 21:22 , Marc Spitzer wrote:
I am trying to make a port for atf on freebsd.
The compile seems to
work fine but I have had two problems when I tried to test, gmake
check, and they are:
1: could not find the default tools directory, ./tools. Fixed by
adding to path
This is normal. make check is supposed to use already-installed
tools; attempting to run it against the binaries in the source tree
is just asking for failure. Yes, I know that the INSTALL document
says that make check goes before make install... but that is wrong.
By the way, you mention gmake. Doesn't the build of ATF work with
the native make in FreeBSD?
2: ./tools/atf-config and ./tools/atf-run do not like what they are
being fed by "gmake check":
atf-config: ERROR: Unknown option --.
atf-config: Type `atf-config -h' for more details.
/testsuite.at:30: /usr/ports/devel/atf/work/atf-0.5/tools/atf-run --
atf-run: ERROR: Unknown option --.
atf-run: Type `atf-run -h' for more details.
That's not a problem. Autotest assumes that the world is GNU and
that programs will print a version identifier if fed them the --
version argument, which the ATF tools do not support. This is just
done for informational purposes and the errors are non-fatal.
The test suite is failing because you are running it against non-
Hope this helps and thanks for working on the package.
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