[Swan-dev] TESTLIST cleanout

Andrew Cagney andrew.cagney at gmail.com
Fri Apr 22 19:01:46 UTC 2016

On 4 February 2016 at 05:54, Paul Wouters <paul at nohats.ca> wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Feb 2016, Andrew Cagney wrote:
>> I assume the UML (Userland Linux?) testing is dead, so I'd like to
>> change all entries like:
>>   umlplutotest    ikev2-07-biddown                        good

There's also ctltest and umlXhost.

>> to, pick 1:
>>   skip    ikev2-07-biddown                        wip
>>    kvmplutotest    ikev2-07-biddown                        wip
>>    #kvmplutotest    ikev2-07-biddown                        wip
>> it affects a lot of tests.
> Why does it matter? The umltests are not converted yet but those are
> valid tests which we will convert slowly. I'm fine turning them into
> comments. Just not sure I understand the problem with them now :)

Just trying to prune dead wood.

>> For all the below, replace "bad" and "incomplete" with "wip":
> So "bad" tests were not tests that were bad, but were tests that
> were expected to mismatch their reference output. Image a test with
> esp=aes on east and esp=3des on west. It would have the output of
> the test with esp=aes on both sides. I really did not like this,
> so I have changed all thoses tests to "good" tests, sometimes adding
> a grep to confirm a failure.
>> kvmplutotest    ipv6-v6-through-v6-klips-klips        incomplete
>> kvmplutotest    ipv6-transport-mode-01-klips-klips    incomplete
>> kvmplutotest    ipv6-transport-mode-02-netkey-netkey    incomplete
>> kvmplutotest    ipv6-transport-mode-03-klips-netkey    incomplete
>> kvmplutotest    ipv6-tunnel-mode-01-klips-klips        incomplete
>> kvmplutotest    ipv6-tunnel-mode-03-klips-netkey    incomplete
>> kvmplutotest    ipv6-transport-ts-mode-04-netkey-netkey    incomplete
> I think those tests mostly worked on some systems but not on all?

See dae64259 and 1e78f1bf - seems that these tests were simply missed
when "incomplete" was replaced by "wip".  I've done that now.

>> PS, I kind of think that TESTLIST is past its due date, it is
>> duplicating knowlege in each test directory

BTW, there are 80 tests not listed in TESTLIST.

> Agreed, but not now please :)
> Paul

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