|Subject:||Re: How to run tests for sed?|
|Date:||Mon, 13 Mar 2017 11:35:01 +0800|
Hello,Indeed, in sed-4.3 we switched to non-recursive make ,
On Thu, Mar 09, 2017 at 05:25:14PM +0800, kk wrote:
In version 4.2.2 of sed, I can run "make buildtest-TESTS" to build the
test, because in the directory testsuite there was a file named
Makefile.in, but in version 4.4 of sed, the Makefile.in was removed.
meaning there is one central Makefile and few included 'local.mk' files.
Under normal circumstances this should not affect users:
The standard way to run tests is simply to use 'make check' in the main sed directory.
To skip gnulib's tests and run only sed's tests, use:
make check SUBDIRS=.
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