Subsystem and module link tests for build farm
jelmer at samba.org
Fri May 13 07:57:45 GMT 2005
On Thu, May 12, 2005 at 07:55:08PM +1000, Tim Potter wrote about 'Subsystem and module link tests for build farm':
> I've put together a bit of a patch to have some test executables
> automatically generated to test whether subsystems and modules have
> their appropriate dependencies expressed in the config.mk files.
> Whether this is a useful thing to do or not is another matter.
> Currently the linktest functionality needs to be explicitly enabled in
> the config.mk file. I've only enabled it for the SOCKET subsystem at
> the moment as a test.
This looks really nice - any reason we couldn't run it on all
subsystems rather then specifying them manually?
> The only problem with the patch at the moment is that the linktest
> targets are built by default (i.e they're part of the 'all' target). I
> didn't have time to figure out how to fix this. There is a new target,
> 'linktest', which tries to run all the tests.
I'll see if I can have a look at this later, would be nice to have
> So buildfarm people, what do you think? I've been spending some time
> looking at the structure of all the modules (the samba4-deps.dot file is
> very useful for this) with a view to finally having a useful smb client
We also still need some way to install our headers externally and some
way to create shared libraries and install them....
Jelmer Vernooij <jelmer at samba.org> - http://jelmer.vernstok.nl/
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