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libtool(20080421), mingw-cross, check-local fail for DESTDIR tests

From: Roumen Petrov
Subject: libtool(20080421), mingw-cross, check-local fail for DESTDIR tests
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 00:37:22 +0300
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Hi libtool Team,

How I have time to check libtool in cross-compiled environment:
$ .../configure --build=${ARCH}-pc-linux --host=${ARCH}-mingw32msvc

$ gcc --version
gcc (GCC) 3.4.5 (mingw special)

A.) The command "make check-local" fail on some tests:
ERROR: 34 tests were run,
5 failed (2 expected failures).
32 tests were skipped.

The failed test are: 30(expected), 33, 34, 61(expected) and 66.

For DESTDIR test 33 (for 34 output is similar and test 66 depend from 34 ) testsuite.log show error like next:
libtool: install: warning: `liba.la' has not been installed in ....'
cp: cannot stat `.libs/m.exe': No such file or directory
libtool: install: cp .libs/m.exe ..../33/inst/bin/m.exe
..../tests/destdir.at:63: exit code was 1, expected 0
33. destdir.at:48: 33. Simple DESTDIR install (destdir.at:48): FAILED (destdir.at:63)

The content of test(#33) source subdirectory is:
$ ls m* .libs/m*
.libs/m*  .libs/m_ltshwrapper  m.c  m.exe*  m.o

Why .libs/m is without .exe suffix ?
Command $ ./libtool --config | grep  exeext return:
May be is related to the failure :-/ .

B.) The some files test suite use ar command.
In my environment ar command from mingw binutils is found in path before system and tests don't fail. The following files call ar command directly:
- archive-in-archive.at
- testsuite

Is this bug ?

Also I see for failed tests a "run"-script. This scrip set some commands:
#! /bin/sh
exec ${CONFIG_SHELL-/bin/sh} ..../tests/testsuite -v -d \
MAKE='make' CC='<ARCH>-mingw32msvc-gcc' .... \
NM='..../<ARCH>-mingw32msvc-nm -B' \
RANLIB='<ARCH>-mingw32msvc-ranlib' ....
Some of "cross"-commands are with absolute path, other only with basename.
The ar(AR) command is not set.


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