Don't thank me Joe... because that is not a solution... Bjarni wrote to tell
that you MUST use the results files bundled in the anomy file. If you
recreated them (by deleting the results directory) everything seems to be ok
but it's not the case. That only means that the first run of testall.sh will
create the new results files, the second run will compare those results with
themselves (so to speak).
You should try NOT to delete the original results files and deal with the
So far my problems with the default test was solved.... actually I ignored
it as it was not a problem.Testall.sh reported as a failure the fact that my
RHL installation is in spanish, so the message "No such file or directory"
was obviosuly different from "No existe el fichero o el directorio"
Sorry for following my "solution", I thought it was right.
Hope this also helps
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe Glass" <email@example.com>
To: "Anomy Mailing List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, June 03, 2002 12:02 PM
Subject: [anomy-list]: [SUMMARY] testcases.sh
> Thanks Ret, to fix the unexplainable errors I was experiencing with
> testcases.sh, this suggestion worked.
> Ret wrote:
> > I think I bumped into the same problem. The only test that didn't run
> > correctly was default, and the cause was something about deleting a file
> > (tmp).
> > What I did is delete all the files in the results directory. I run the
> > twice and everything went smoothly after that.
> > Hope this helps
> > Ret
> Joe Glass
> Systems Management, Michigan State University
> 517-355-4500 x240