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From Patricia Shanahan <>
Subject Re: Build without doing any tests?
Date Sun, 13 Mar 2016 16:19:12 GMT
I also have no idea which tests - I just know I was greeted this morning 
by an incomplete build and the form of AOO dialog I only see from a 
debug build. The build resumed as soon as I answered the dialog.

I'll try --disable-unit-tests next time I start a build.

Is there a general document describing all the AOO configure parameters? 
If so, I should read it.



On 3/13/2016 9:11 AM, Damjan Jovanovic wrote:
> I am not sure which tests you are talking about and at what stage of
> the build process they occur. The Google Test unit tests don't bring
> up dialogs AFAIK, but can be disabled by passing --disable-unit-tests
> to ./configure. If this happens after starting AOO then see
> - in brief
> Alt+Shift+Ctrl+D, set "Error" to something other than "MessageBox",
> "OK", exit AOO, back up the .dbgsv.ini somewhere, and from then on
> start AOO with the environment variable DBGSV_INIT set to the path of
> that .dbgsv.ini you backed up.
> On Sun, Mar 13, 2016 at 4:57 PM, Patricia Shanahan <> wrote:
>> I am currently building a debug version of AOO, including using
>> --enable-dbgutil. I lost a few hours overnight because it did a test that
>> triggered an assertion dialog, and waited for me to wake up and click "No"
>> to continue.
>> I would prefer to separate building and the tests that are normally done
>> during "build --all", so that I can build while I am away from the computer
>> and test while I'm there to respond to any dialogs.
>> Patricia
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