[Mono-list] Target to build and run automated tests

Alexander Klyubin klyubin@aqris.com
Thu, 30 Aug 2001 08:29:58 +0200

I forgot to mention that compiling tests (which is now included into the
'mcs' make windows target) incurs an additional dependency on NUnit.
Currently, it is supposed, that NUnit is installed in C:\Program
Files\NUnit. What I'm worried about, is that people, who don't have NUnit
installed there wouldn't be able to compile 'mcs' subproject.

Would it be wiser to include NUnit libraries into 'mcs' subproject, so that
no such external dependency exists? I usually prefer autonomous projects in
my work.

Any ideas on this?

Alexander Klyubin

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I added makefile to mcs/class/corlib/Test. Compiling of the tests is
connected to the whole process of compiling 'mcs' subproject. In order to
run the tests, run "make runtests" in mcs/class/corlib/Test.

P.S. I found that there is one class QueueTest.cs that wound't compile. It
is currently removed from the list of tests
because of this.

Alexander Klyubin

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