"Eric M. Ludlam" <eric@...> writes:
> In my previous reply, there is one thing I hadn't noticed before,
> which is that you must have typed "make test" in the eieio directory
> to do this.
> The command "make test" in the EIEIO directory is not actually
> supposed to be run. I hadn't realized that is how you got into this
> state. I thought you were running "make utest" from the cedet
> directory, not "make test" from the eieio directory. The "make test"
> command attempts to compile the tests file, which cannot be compiled.
> Was there something that made you think this should be run to test
I think I initially looked for a `check' target (as with GNU
standard compliant makefiles), then tried `test', and finally found out
there was such a rule in sub-directory makefiles.
Anyway, "make utest" in the top-level directory works like a charm.
(I'm actually working on a package for NixOS.)