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From Abhishek Khandelwal <>
Subject Re: httpd test (perl-framework)
Date Thu, 15 Apr 2004 19:29:19 GMT
On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 12:19, Stas Bekman wrote:
> Abhishek Khandelwal wrote:
> > I dont see any difference in two files.
> > 
> > I runt the test twice to do a test coverage analysis.
> > At first, I install and test apache without test coverage
> > and then I again install and test with test-coverage enabled.
> > Second time, I get this error.
> Aha, you should have mentioned that in first place. In which case that's your 
> problem. With test-coverage enabled you don't get mod_access loaded. I don't 
> know why. Not an Apache-Test problem I think.

No, it is not related to code coverage. Since, I can run the test with
code coverage many a times. As I said, it occurs randomly without any
set pattern. So I dont know what exactly is causing this. 
And this problem occurs even when I have not enabled code coverage. 
The work around solution I got is I clean the test with t/TEST -clean,
remove the Makefile from test/perl-framework and the rebuild the test
with perl Makefile.PL option. When I do that, everythign goes smoothly.

The problem lies somewhere else.

What exactly is sticky configuration?

> > Moreover, this is just not doing with test-coverage.
> > It happens quite often and without any predictablility.
> > I am not sure how to reproduce it. Because it may or may not give me
> > this error.
> We need to be able to reproduce it in order to fix it. If we can't we can't 
> fix it, since we don't know what the problem is.
> I doubt it has something to do with sticky configuration, but give it a try 
> and try to run with:
> __________________________________________________________________
> Stas Bekman            JAm_pH ------> Just Another mod_perl Hacker
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