I'm building Quickfix 1.13.3 on Linux Fedora. The python unittests are failing. From what I can see, the tests are attempting to parse erroneous strings, and the test is to determine whether the proper python exception is thrown or not.
What's happening, is that a c++ exception is being thrown first, not being caught before the python interpreter can return, and the test fails with a c++ coredump.
Anyone come across this? Are there prebuilt binaries for python FIX ?
On Tue, Oct 02, 2012 at 12:18:41PM -0700, Lucio Flores wrote:
> I'm building Quickfix 1.13.3 on Linux Fedora. The python unittests
> are failing.
I've built quickfix python bindings on Fedora since Fedora 14, and
I've always had to remove / not build the unittests for similar
I have no good solution, but as the python code doesn't seem to be
used much in the wild (which is a shame), I don't see a patch to fix
that coming out soon. I'm sure one would be welcome if someone wanted
to make the effort.
1. For example, Fedora 16 RPMs are at