[Mono-dev] running test suite on windows

Atsushi Eno atsushi at ximian.com
Tue Dec 19 22:20:09 EST 2006


I have never tried csc to build olive stuff before, but the same
trick as our mcs tree has (actually the trick in in build/rules.make)
worked: make CSCCOMPILE="csc -d:NET_2_0 -d:NET_1_1"

If you want to try our nunit tests under .NET framework, you can
run "make run-test-ondotnet". It just runs nunit-console.exe without
mono runtime.

For above, you don't have to change anything in your source tree ;-)

Atsushi Eno

joel reed wrote:
> I'm trying to figure out how to run the olive testsuite against the 
> microsoft .net 3.0 assemblies. It seems olive and mono have a pretty 
> similar build system, and I don't see any specific instructions at 
> http://www.mono-project.com/Test_Suite for exactly how to run the mono 
> testsuite on windows.
> I've taken to copying the 3.0 assemblies into class/lib/net_3_0, making 
> a soft link from gmcs to csc (using cygwin), adding a /lib switch to MCS 
> in build/profiles/net_3_0.make since the MONO_PATH setting does nothing 
> for csc. After all that I can run the tests (using make 
> run-test-ondotnet) just fine - this has been extremely helpful, but 
> surely, there's an got to be an easier way?
> jr
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