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Re: Non-fatal CVS turds.

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: Non-fatal CVS turds.
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2004 08:49:21 -0800

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Derek Robert Price <address@hidden> writes:

> Hey all,
> I just checked in a change to stable and feature to make CVS turds
> (files or directories in /tmp that CVS fails to clean up on exit) a
> warning in the sanity.sh test suite rather than a fatal error at Mark
> Baushke's suggestion (he currently has AIX 4.3 leaving behind such
> turds in the devcom3-9dp test on feature in proxy mode only - so far
> as we can tell it is some sort of race condition as it disappears both
> under the debugger and with trace turned on).
> On further consideration, however, it occurred to me that this might
> be appropriate on feature but perhaps not on stable.  Any
> opinions/votes one way or the other before I back this out of stable?

I have a compromise suggestion.

Let stable and feature both complete tests and print out the passed,
skipped and warnings, but in the presense of any warnings, have the
sanity.sh script exit with a non-zero return code at the end of all
tests run.

Users may use the 'make -k' switch if they need/want the warnings to
be ignored and subsequent tests to continue.

        -- Mark
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