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Re: [Bug-datamash] [platform-testers] GNU datamash - new snapshot 1.1.1.

From: Assaf Gordon
Subject: Re: [Bug-datamash] [platform-testers] GNU datamash - new snapshot
Date: Sun, 20 Aug 2017 21:35:45 -0600
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On 12/08/17 06:00 AM, Dagobert Michelsen wrote:
> Am 08.08.2017 um 07:05 schrieb Assaf Gordon <address@hidden>:
>> Please find the latest snapshot here:
>>   https://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/datamash/datamash-

> I have failed tests on Solaris 10 Sparc with Sun Studio 12 compiler:

Thank you for these reports!

> .. contents:: :depth: 2
> FAIL: tests/datamash-tests
> ==========================
> datamash-tests.pl: test lst8: stdout mismatch, comparing lst8.2 (expected) 
> and lst8.O (actual)
> datamash-tests.pl: test fst8: stdout mismatch, comparing fst8.2 (expected) 
> and fst8.O (actual)
> datamash-tests.pl: test case7: stdout mismatch, comparing case7.2 (expected) 
> and case7.O (actual)
> datamash-tests.pl: test case8: stdout mismatch, comparing case8.2 (expected) 
> and case8.O (actual)

> FAIL: tests/datamash-tests-2
> ============================
> datamash-tests-2.pl: test sortslct1: stdout mismatch, comparing
> datamash-tests-2.pl: test sortslct2: stdout mismatch, comparing

I suspect these are due to "sort -s" incompatibilities (or incorrect
assumptions in datamash).
When I test manually on 'unstable10s', I use the following $PATH:


And so I have gnu sort available.
I should test with native sort as well.

> FAIL: tests/datamash-parser
> ===========================
> datamash: -H or --header-in must be used with named columns
> datamash-parser.pl: test e65 failed: exit status mismatch:  expected 1, got 0
> FAIL tests/datamash-parser.pl (exit status: 1)

Fixed here:

> FAIL: tests/datamash-error-msgs
> ===============================
> datamash: -H or --header-in must be used with named columns
> datamash-error-msgs.pl: test e65 failed: exit status mismatch:  expected 1, 
> got 0
> datamash-error-msgs.pl: test e94: stderr mismatch, comparing e94.2 (expected) 
> and e94.E (actual)
> datamash-error-msgs.pl: test e95: stderr mismatch, comparing e95.2 (expected) 
> and e95.E (actual)

Fixed here:

 - assaf

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