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Re: FAIL: make.test

From: Alexandre Duret-Lutz
Subject: Re: FAIL: make.test
Date: 13 Feb 2002 21:31:19 +0100
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>>> "Patrick" == Patrick Welche <address@hidden> writes:

 Patrick> On Wed, Feb 13, 2002 at 06:54:07PM +0100, Alexandre Duret-Lutz wrote:
 Patrick> config.status: creating Makefile
 Patrick> + fgrep am__include = # Makefile
 Patrick> FAIL: make.test
 >> So, what does this Makefile contains?
 >> Could you run 
 >> grep am__include /usr/src/local/automake/tests/testSubDir/Makefile
 >> ?

 Patrick> am__include = include

 Patrick> which seems to be set in aclocal.m4:
 Patrick> So has this just become an autoconf problem?

Nope, this code comes from Automake, and `am__include = include'
is the expected output.

The question is why does

  fgrep 'am__include = #' Makefile && exit 1

abort the test?

Can you check how the following script works with your shell?

% cat >
set -e
false && echo false
echo ok
for i in a b; do
  false && echo false
  echo ok
% sh -x
+ set -e
+ false
+ echo ok
+ false
+ echo ok
+ false
+ echo ok

Is this the only failing test?  Because there are other
tests using similar constructs.
Alexandre Duret-Lutz

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