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From Doug MacEachern <do...@cp.net>
Subject Re: latest CVS doesn't pass make test
Date Sun, 15 Aug 1999 00:40:10 GMT
On Sat, 14 Aug 1999, Stas Bekman wrote:
> 
> I've had a problem when the entry:
> 127.0.0.1       localhost.localdomain   localhost
>
> has gone from my /etc/hosts - so make test even wouldn't start - I've
> commited a code that checks whether $net::httphost is a known server.

hmm, maybe we should just change the tests to use "127.0.0.1" instead of
"localhost"

> BTW, Doug - I beleive there are more problems hidden inside, did you run
> "perl t/TEST 1" or VERBOSE=1 ? I see many problems (except the ones that
> should be problems and are OK). See the attached log.

hmm, okay, I'll look into this.
 
> I suspect the problem is in files requiring modperl::boot (See the log
> with VERBOSE On I see the problem in Apache::Log too, but somehow the test
> passes (actually skips over) I didn't explicitly enable these options:
> PERL_FILE_API=1 and PERL_LOG_API=1, so modules/file.t should be skipped
> like modules/log.t does, isn't it?

file.t is croaking because of Perl code in File.pm (that -T doesn't like),
before it reaches the bootstrap() which would fail and cause the tests to
be skipped.

> See also the email from today from someone who build with EVERYTHING and
> doesn't have the Apache::Log->new available, isn't it the same problem?

he probably just needs to 'use Apache::Log ()'

-Doug 


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