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From: David Levine
Subject: [Nmh-commits] [SCM] The nmh Mail Handling System branch, master, updated. 1e0028887e9036b786dc7a844121b67a29dbbe32
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 01:56:01 +0000

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commit 1e0028887e9036b786dc7a844121b67a29dbbe32
Author: David Levine <address@hidden>
Date:   Mon Feb 13 19:55:53 2012 -0600

    Changed "make test" to "make check".

diff --git a/INSTALL b/INSTALL
index 3cefafc..1da728e 100644
@@ -50,12 +50,10 @@ need an ANSI C compiler such as gcc.
 3) make
-4) make test
+4) make check
-   This takes a bit of time (under 2 minutes on a modern machine) but
-   is highly recommended.  "make test" copies your configuration and
-   rebuilds nmh completely in a sandbox, so you can test without
-   disturbing an existing nmh installation or any of your nmh folders.
+   This takes a bit of time, around one minute on a modern machine,
+   but is highly recommended.
 5) make install
@@ -142,20 +140,14 @@ environment.  For example,
 If you wish to add options that are only used at compile time instead of
 link time, you can use the CPPFLAGS variable:
    ./configure CPPFLAGS='-Wextra -Wno-sign-compare'
 If you want to add to both compile and link flags at build time
-without putting them in the configuration, you can use an otherwise
-unused Makefile macro, like this:
-    make AM_CFLAGS=--coverage
+without putting them in the configuration, you can use the AM_CFLAGS
+Makefile macro:
-That does not include that setting in the configuration, so you will
-have to repeat it if you re-run "make".  One example would be if you
-build the test suite as a separate step:
-    make test AM_CFLAGS=--coverage
-Note that the Makefile test target depends on the default target, so
-both be can built in one step with "make test".
+    make AM_CFLAGS=--coverage
 Building nmh on additional architectures
diff --git a/docs/pending-release-notes b/docs/pending-release-notes
index 601d0b9..3ea4f76 100644
--- a/docs/pending-release-notes
+++ b/docs/pending-release-notes
@@ -21,4 +21,4 @@ Things to add to the release notes for the next full release:
   program inside of repl (the idea is that it will be used by repl).
   See mhl(1), specifically the "format" keyword and "formatproc" in
-- The test suite has been integrated into the Makefile via "make test".
+- The test suite has been integrated into the Makefile via "make check".


commit c65573459d4b3de74e78ff2f0e3c248d84d3b8fe
Author: David Levine <address@hidden>
Date:   Mon Feb 13 19:54:41 2012 -0600

    Fixed progress indicator.

diff --git a/test/inc/test-eom-align b/test/inc/test-eom-align
index c0cae7c..276d70c 100755
--- a/test/inc/test-eom-align
+++ b/test/inc/test-eom-align
@@ -119,9 +119,9 @@ FINISH=$(($STDIO_BUFSZ + $HDRSZ + $FROMLINESZ + 32))
 echo "Testing inc of files with various alignments of eom marker with buffer 
 while test $i -le $FINISH; do
-  progress_update $sz $START $FINISH
-  do_one_test_A $sz
-  do_one_test_B $sz
+  progress_update $i $START $FINISH
+  do_one_test_A $i
+  do_one_test_B $i
   i=$(expr $i + 1)


Summary of changes:
 INSTALL                    |   22 +++++++---------------
 docs/pending-release-notes |    2 +-
 test/inc/test-eom-align    |    6 +++---
 3 files changed, 11 insertions(+), 19 deletions(-)

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