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can you run geos regression tests on earmv7hf-el, or anything NOT x86?
This is a request to test geos on systems that are NOT x86. If you have
pkgsrc set up to build from source, this will only take about 5 minutes
of brain time.
I am testing an update for the forthcoming geos 3.7.0 update, and got
a test failure on a RPI3 running NetBSD 8 (earmv7hf-el).
The tests are ok on most of NetBSD 7/8 i386/amd64.
There is a failure in CoordinateArraySequenceFactory on mac (with
clang), also seen on FreeBSD. I am not trying to track that down in
The failure on RPI3, which happens in 3.6.2, was:
# TOTAL: 1
# PASS: 0
# SKIP: 0
# XFAIL: 0
# FAIL: 1
# XPASS: 0
# ERROR: 0
.. contents:: :depth: 2
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'geos::util::IllegalArgumentException'
what(): IllegalArgumentException: Exponent out of bounds
 Abort trap (core dumped) ./XMLTester -v -...
The tests are known to pass on Linux arm. paranoia passes on my pi, and
the libc/libm atf tests. So this bug could be in the hardware, gcc,
NetBSD, geos tests, or geos itself -- really anyplace. I have not yet
dug into this with a debugger.
So, this is a request that if you have a platform which is not i386/x86
and a few minutes, that you do
$ cd /usr/pkgsrc/geography/geos
$ make test 2&>1 > OUT.test
and then look at OUT.test and
Please email me with OS/version/arch, and whether you get a clean pass,
the above error, or some other error. Please atttach test-suite.log
only if it's some other error.
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