[Mono-list] Unit Tests - how to build/run ?
Wed, 28 May 2003 17:58:39 +1000
I added a few extras to the corlib_linux_test.args file ( I am on a linux
box .. do BOTH files require updating ?) with no change. Still get the
make: `test' is up to date
It doesn't appear that any of the test DLL's have been built at all. I
found some doco about test DLL's in the mcs/class README, but it doesn't
look like they have been built.
What uses the corlib_linux_test.args file ? Do I perhaps need to do a make
clean then a make from the mcs level directory ? This is seems to be a bit
of a lengthy process if I am updating tests ...
From: ville [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 28 May 2003 5:42 PM
To: Darren Tuer
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Unit Tests - how to build/run ?
Have added those file names to corlib_test.args and corlib_linux_test.args?
On Wednesday 28 May 2003 10:29, Darren Tuer wrote:
> I'm working on a few additional unit tests at the moment for System.Text.
> I've put my test class in the mcs/class/corlib/Test/System.Text directory,
> just like the Getting Started section on the Testing page says to ( and
> /mcs/class/doc/NUnitGuidelines say to )
> I've then gone to the mcs directory & done a 'make test'. All I get is
> 'make: `test' is up to date'
> So how do I rebuild & run all the unit tests ?? ( I'm using a RedHat 9
> machine )
> I've successfully built the rest of the mono & mcs stuff, and the
> regression tests (mostly) run OK.
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