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MVS sanity.sh: multiroot-status-1 problem (hey, we're almost there folks
MVS sanity.sh: multiroot-status-1 problem (hey, we're almost there folks)
Mon, 5 Feb 2001 07:21:33 -0800 (PST)
I've managed to get the MVS port all the way through sanity.sh's
multiroot-status-1 test, thanks to a Eric Siegerman's suggestion to use
strcoll instead of strcmp in the directory sort routines.
multiroot-status-1 is failing and I have no idea why. The outputs seem
to match exactly, but dotest doesn't seem to see it that way.
I was thinking that maybe the problem is the way dotest_internal reads in
the entire output files and uses expr to compare them. This does appear
to be one of the longest outputs. Maybe re-writing dotest_internal to do
the comparisons on a line by line basis?
Anyone have any briliant ideas, I'm running low.
BTW, here is the output and expected outputs for anyone who wants to
check for themselves:
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