[Swan-dev] test suite didn't start at the beginning -- why?
D. Hugh Redelmeier
hugh at mimosa.com
Sun Aug 17 10:27:47 EEST 2014
I ran the test suite about an hour ago.
I noticed that I'd introduced a bug.
I killed the test suite.
I fixed the bug.
I rebuilt libreswan and installed it on all the VMs.
I ran one of the tests that failed, confirming that my fix worked.
So I ran the test suite again.
For some reason, it picked up in the middle. The first test it ran
This is certainly not what I want.
I take it that this is a feature because it must have taken work to
make it work this way.
Why is this a feature? Can I get the behaviour I want?
(I see in the console output
INFO:root:** found file ./TESTLIST **
INFO:root:testresult directory /home/build/results exist
INFO:root:sub directory /home/build/results/2014-08-17 exist
I'm going to delete that result file to see if the thing starts doing
what I want.
I'd expect to be able to run the tests multiple times a day but this
filename suggests that I'd be wrong.
Oh, and why does the makefile think it has the right to use ~/results?
All my libreswan stuff is supposed to be within a subtree ~/libreswan.
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