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Partest broken

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Joshua.Suereth
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Hey guys -
some recent commit of partest has broken the build on OpenJDK 6 (whcih used to work for me).  All specialized tests pass because of an apparent classpath issue.   I'll investigate further when I have time, just curious if this jumps out at anyone.
- Josh
Viktor Klang
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Re: Partest broken


On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 10:37 PM, Josh Suereth <joshua [dot] suereth [at] gmail [dot] com> wrote:
Hey guys -
some recent commit of partest has broken the build on OpenJDK 6 (whcih used to work for me).  All specialized tests pass because of an apparent classpath issue.   I'll investigate further when I have time, just curious if this jumps out at anyone.

Scala CI should ideally be run on Oracle JDK and OpenJDK :-)
 

- Josh



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Stefan Zeiger
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Re: Partest broken

On 2011-12-01 22:37, Josh Suereth wrote:
> Hey guys -
>
> some recent commit of partest has broken the build on OpenJDK 6 (whcih
> used to work for me). All specialized tests pass because of an
> apparent classpath issue. I'll investigate further when I have time,
> just curious if this jumps out at anyone.

How do you tell an accidentally passed test with this issue from a good
one? I actually tested my changes (which include how the classpath is
passed to a new Java process) on OpenJDK 6 in my Linux VM but didn't dig
any further after all the tests ran successfully.

-sz

Simon Ochsenreither
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Re: Partest broken
The following test keep failing on my machine with OpenJDK6:

testing: [...]/files/specialized/arrays-traits.scala                  [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-init.scala                      [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-constr.scala                    [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/arrays.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-super.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/fft.scala                            [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-overrides.scala                 [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/tb3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-absfun.scala                    [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-patmatch.scala                  [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-early.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/tc3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/td3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-ame.scala                       [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-t3896.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/test.scala                           [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-matrix.scala                    [FAILED]

If all other tests pass, can I still send a pull request?
Joshua.Suereth
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Re: Re: Partest broken
I'm seeing that same issue.  Let me see if I can fix it first, or you can try bulding with Oracle's VM.
- Josh

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 9:24 AM, Simon Ochsenreither <simon [dot] ochsenreither [at] googlemail [dot] com> wrote:
The following test keep failing on my machine with OpenJDK6:

testing: [...]/files/specialized/arrays-traits.scala                  [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-init.scala                      [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-constr.scala                    [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/arrays.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-super.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/fft.scala                            [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-overrides.scala                 [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/tb3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-absfun.scala                    [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-patmatch.scala                  [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-early.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/tc3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/td3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-ame.scala                       [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-t3896.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/test.scala                           [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-matrix.scala                    [FAILED]

If all other tests pass, can I still send a pull request?

Joshua.Suereth
Joined: 2008-09-02,
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Re: Re: Partest broken
Looks like someone just messed up the javac lookup rules so JAVA_HOME no longer works.  For us Ubuntu users, it's looking for javac in the JRE directory, which obviously fails.  Hope to have a fix shortly.
- Josh

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 9:42 AM, Josh Suereth <joshua [dot] suereth [at] gmail [dot] com> wrote:
I'm seeing that same issue.  Let me see if I can fix it first, or you can try bulding with Oracle's VM.
- Josh

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 9:24 AM, Simon Ochsenreither <simon [dot] ochsenreither [at] googlemail [dot] com> wrote:
The following test keep failing on my machine with OpenJDK6:

testing: [...]/files/specialized/arrays-traits.scala                  [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-init.scala                      [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-constr.scala                    [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/arrays.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-super.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/fft.scala                            [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-overrides.scala                 [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/tb3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-absfun.scala                    [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-patmatch.scala                  [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-early.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/tc3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/td3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-ame.scala                       [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-t3896.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/test.scala                           [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-matrix.scala                    [FAILED]

If all other tests pass, can I still send a pull request?


Hubert Plociniczak
Joined: 2009-09-12,
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Re: Re: Partest broken
Looks like the same issue I had (but for directories in pos), r25994.

hubert


On 12/02/2011 04:08 PM, Josh Suereth wrote:
CAFLqJkx9gMAasDa6H7iFPMLbCeFmpsNxo2NP1WiR7RQ-UYbgkQ [at] mail [dot] gmail [dot] com" type="cite"> Looks like someone just messed up the javac lookup rules so JAVA_HOME no longer works.  For us Ubuntu users, it's looking for javac in the JRE directory, which obviously fails.  Hope to have a fix shortly.
- Josh

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 9:42 AM, Josh Suereth <joshua [dot] suereth [at] gmail [dot] com" rel="nofollow">joshua [dot] suereth [at] gmail [dot] com> wrote:
I'm seeing that same issue.  Let me see if I can fix it first, or you can try bulding with Oracle's VM.
- Josh

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 9:24 AM, Simon Ochsenreither <simon [dot] ochsenreither [at] googlemail [dot] com" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">simon [dot] ochsenreither [at] googlemail [dot] com> wrote:
The following test keep failing on my machine with OpenJDK6:

testing: [...]/files/specialized/arrays-traits.scala                  [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-init.scala                      [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-constr.scala                    [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/arrays.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-super.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/fft.scala                            [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-overrides.scala                 [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/tb3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-absfun.scala                    [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-patmatch.scala                  [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-early.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/tc3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/td3651.scala                         [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-ame.scala                       [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-t3896.scala                     [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/test.scala                           [FAILED]
testing: [...]/files/specialized/spec-matrix.scala                    [FAILED]

If all other tests pass, can I still send a pull request?



Simon Ochsenreither
Joined: 2011-07-17,
User offline. Last seen 42 years 45 weeks ago.
Re: Re: Partest broken
Isn't JDK_HOME the right thing to look for?

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