I realize that Tim's original timeout was next Friday, but the problen
was preventing nightly trunk tarballs from being created.
So I committed https://svn.open-mpi.org/trac/ompi/changeset/17796 to
disabling running a bunch of tests during "make check" (although they
are still built). Some of them can be re-enabled once the carto issue
is fixed (https://svn.open-mpi.org/trac/ompi/ticket/1232).
On Mar 6, 2008, at 9:30 AM, Jeff Squyres wrote:
> Tim and I talked about this on IM. We'd like to amend the proposal:
> 1. Remove these tests from make check, but leave them in SVN per the
> original proposal.
> 2. File a ticket to make carto selection not fail when no components
> are found (I filed https://svn.open-mpi.org/trac/ompi/ticket/1232).
> 3. File a ticket to amend "make check" (or similar) with some scripty-
> foo to do the following:
> - find all components in the build tree
> - sym link them all into a single tree
> - setenv OMPI_MCA_component_path to that tree
> - then run the tests
> This will allow actually testing the components in the build tree
> (without an OMPI installation)
> Tim and I don't have time to do #3 in the near future -- perhaps
> someone else can do it. It will pave the way for future, more
> comprehensive tests in the tree (since we won't be bound by the "must
> have OMPI installed" limitation).
> On Mar 4, 2008, at 1:13 PM, Tim Prins wrote:
>> WHAT: Reduce the number of tests run by make check
>> WHY: Some of the tests will not work properly until Open MPI is
>> installed. Also, many of the tests do not really test anything.
>> WHERE: See below.
>> TIMEOUT: COB Friday March 14
>> We have been having many problems with make check over the years.
>> tend to change things and not update the tests, which lead to tarball
>> generation failures and nightly test run failures. Furthermore, many
>> the tests test things which have not changed for years.
>> So with this in mind, I propose only running the following tests when
>> 'make check' is run:
>> We we would no longer run the following tests:
>> These tests would not be deleted from the repository, just made so
>> do not run by default.
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