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From Stas Bekman <s...@stason.org>
Subject Re: Win32 fails filter\out_bbs_filebucket
Date Fri, 13 Aug 2004 17:03:24 GMT
Steve Hay wrote:
> Using current CVS with 2.0.49 / 5.8.4:
> 
> C:\Temp\modperl-2.0>perl t/TEST -verbose t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t
> [...]
> t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket....1..10
> # Running under perl version 5.008004 for MSWin32
> # Current time local: Fri Aug 13 17:48:58 2004
> # Current time GMT:   Fri Aug 13 16:48:58 2004
> # Using Test.pm version 1.24
> # Using Apache/Test.pm version 1.13
> # Failed test 1 in t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t at line 25
> # testing : length
> # expected: 1024
> # received: 674
> not ok 1
> # Failed test 2 in t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t at line 26
> not ok 2
> # Failed test 3 in t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t at line 25 fail #2
> # Failed test 4 in t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t at line 26 fail #2
> # testing : length
> # expected: 102400
> # received: 674
> not ok 3
> not ok 4
> # Failed test 5 in t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t at line 25 fail #3
> # Failed test 6 in t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t at line 26 fail #3
> # testing : length
> # expected: 512000
> # received: 674
> not ok 5
> not ok 6
> # Failed test 7 in t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t at line 25 fail #4
> # Failed test 8 in t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t at line 26 fail #4
> # testing : length
> # expected: 1024000
> # received: 674
> not ok 7
> not ok 8
> # Failed test 9 in t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t at line 25 fail #5
> # Failed test 10 in t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t at line 26 fail #5
> # testing : length
> # expected: 5120000
> # received: 674
> not ok 9
> not ok 10
> FAILED tests 1-10
>         Failed 10/10 tests, 0.00% okay
> Failed Test                   Stat Wstat Total Fail  Failed  List of Failed
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t               10   10 100.00%  1-10
> Failed 1/1 test scripts, 0.00% okay. 10/10 subtests failed, 0.00% okay.
> 
> error_log contains:
> 
> [Fri Aug 13 17:48:59 2004] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] 
> Apache::RequestIO::sendfile: (720002) The system cannot find the file 
> specified.   at 

Steve, could you change the client t\filter\out_bbs_filebucket.t to pass 
a filename so that win32 will like it?

        my $file = catfile $dir, "data_${size}k.txt";

I don't know what sendfile wants on win32, does it want the file to be / 
separated? The error message is bad (I'll see if I can print out the 
path as well).

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