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Re: [Bug-gsl] [Help-gsl] test release for gsl-2.0

From: Patrick Alken
Subject: Re: [Bug-gsl] [Help-gsl] test release for gsl-2.0
Date: Sun, 25 Oct 2015 18:56:57 -0600
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Not sure what to make of those errors. Could you try running the tests
without optimization, just in case there is a bug in the compiler's

make clean
./configure CFLAGS="-g -Wall"
make check

On 10/25/2015 06:50 PM, address@hidden wrote:
> -----Original Message----- From: Patrick Alken
> Hi Patrick,
>> Please try testing the build and also the documentation:
>> 1) ./configure ; make ; make check
>> 2) cd doc ; make ps
>> Please report any successes/failures to myself or address@hidden
> On MS Windows 7, building in the msys shell using (mingw64 ports of)
> gcc-4.9.2.
> No problems with configure and make, but 'make check' poses some
> problems.
> The 'vector' and 'matrix' tests build ok but crash when run.
> Both of those test suites contain files named test_complex_source.c
> and test_source.c.
> And those files contain occurrences of '_MSC_VER'.
> Changing each of those occurrences of '_MSC_VER' to 'WIN32' fixes the
> problem - and the tests then pass.
> _MSC_VER, of course, identifies Microsoft compilers only.
> There's a bug in the mingw runtime (v4) implementation of mkstemp:
> http://sourceforge.net/p/mingw-w64/bugs/471/
> FAIK that might be the cause of the initial problem.
> Additionally, however, the 'specfunc' and 'rstat' tests also fail.
> I tried both a 32-bit build with '--disable-shared --enable-static'
> and a 64-bit build with '--disable-static --enable-shared'.
> Failures occurred in the same places.
> Attached, for the 32-bit build, are the relevant test-suite logs.
> 'make ps' also fails but that can be ignored:
> $ make ps
>        MAKEINFO='/bin/sh /c/_32/comp/gsl-1.99.90/missing makeinfo   -I
> .' \
>        texi2dvi  --build-dir=gsl-ref.t2d -o gsl-ref.dvi  \
>        gsl-ref.texi
> You don't have a working TeX binary installed, but the texi2dvi script
> can't proceed without it. If you want to use this script, you have to
> install some kind of TeX, for example the MikTeX package from
> http://miktex.org/ (which is not part of the typical MSYS environment).
> make: *** [gsl-ref.dvi] Error 1
> Cheers,
> Rob 

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