From: George B. Smith <gbs@k9...> - 2004-01-12 20:57:58
Just finished installing MacOS X Panther 10.3.2 and XCode 1.1 on a
PowerMac G3 Blue & White 450 MHz (runs very nice - thanks Apple!).
So the first thing I do is build tcl...
It builds, installs, and tests nicely - thanks Tcl community, but
there is one issue that bothers me.
I do the normal:
$ cd tcl-8.4.5/unix
$ sudo make install
$ make test
And it actually does pass all the tests but there is that silly output
when dealing with unicode where an extra string is output and it makes
the test fire a false negative. Here is an example:
=3D=3D=3D=3D env-4.5 unsetting international environment variables =
=3D=3D=3D=3D Contents of test case:
set env(\ub6) \ua7
set result [getenv]
---- Result was:
---- Result should have been (exact matching):
=3D=3D=3D=3D env-4.5 FAILED
Is there something I can do to add a grep to the test to filter out=20
false negatives? Don't the tests do something like that already? =20
just add another one for the MacOS X/Darwin platform? Any hints=20
I'll volunteer to do the work. TIA.