I try to install sanitizer on a gentoo linux box. Having done so, I did
the testall mentionned in the documentation. However, three tests
failed and one got skipped.
I suppose that the sailure of sanitizer.default is due to LANG setting
differences between my server and the reference platform.
I am not sure whether the two failures are due to the fact that I use
The skipping of one does sound to bad. What is it for?
- Architecture: Intel
- Operating system: Gentoo Linux
- Perl version: revision 5.0 version 8 subversion 0
I am not sure whether my config is of importance I attached it anyway.
I am trying to figure out how to send messages to this list without
having them rejected... therefore no attachements this time.
Checking prerequisites... ok.
Running tests ...
sanitizer.defaults: failed (moved result files to results.def)
sanitizer.filenames: failed (moved result files to results.def)
sanitizer.fprotd: SKIPPED: F-Prot not installed. ok
sanitizer.rev1_60: failed (moved result files to results.def)
One or more tests failed! There are two possible reasons for this:
1) Something was fixed, and your test-case results need to be updated.
2) I (the author) broke something.
Please check the change-log to see which it is. If it's number 1), then
just replace the .ok file with the .out file generated by the failed test,
in your result directory.
Otherwise - if you think something is broken (case 2), please send the
following info to email@example.com:
- Architecture (e.g. Sparc, Intel, Alpha. ...)
- Operating system (e.g. RedHat 6.2, Solaris 8, HP-UX, ...)
- Perl version (the output of "perl -V")
- Any relevant Anomy configuration files (e.g. for the sanitizer).
- Copies of all result files for the failed tests (they should
extensions .ok, .out, .diff and .log).
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