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Re: libtool-2.2.11a on AIX 5.3 current git master 2010-08-25 /status

From: Ralf Wildenhues
Subject: Re: libtool-2.2.11a on AIX 5.3 current git master 2010-08-25 /status
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 20:04:33 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2010-04-22)

Hello Rainer,

* Rainer Tammer wrote on Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 10:26:06AM CEST:
> this is the current status of libtool (git master, 2010-08-25) on AIX 5.3:
> Old test suite:
> FAIL: tests/f77demo-exec.test
> FAIL: tests/f77demo-exec.test
> FAIL: tests/fcdemo-exec.test
> FAIL: tests/fcdemo-exec.test
> -> path in exec missing (path to the fortran libs)

I'm sorry but I have to ask for your help on this part, because on the
AIX 5.3 system I can test on, these tests pass for me with gfortran 4.2.
Specifically, can I ask you to try a 'git bisect' on this issue in order
to find out which commit introduced the breakage?  Do you know how git
bisect works?  If not, looking at the git-bisect(1) manpage quickly
can't hurt.

Below is a recipe that I'm writing from memory now but that I haven't
tested much, so you might have to fix it.  The 'bisect start' command
gets listed a bad and a good commit, I'm assuming from your earlier
mails that v2.2.8 was a good commit?

You might want to override 'export MAKE=make' depending on your setup,
GNU make is definitely preferable for this testing.

Please send all output from that, preferably gzip'ed.

In addition to that, please also run

with git master checked out, and send the test-suite.log file as well as
all tests/f*demo*.log files.


git clone git://git.savannah.gnu.org/libtool.git
cd libtool

cat > bisect-script <<'EOF'
#! /bin/sh
set -x

: ${MAKE=gmake}

reconfdirs='. libltdl tests/f77demo tests/fcdemo' ./bootstrap || exit 125
./configure || exit 125
$MAKE || exit 125
  echo $?
) 2>&1 | tee checklog || exit 125

if sed -n '$p' checklog | grep 0; then
  exit 0
  if grep 'FAIL: f[c7]*demo-exec' checklog; then
    exit 1
    exit 125

chmod +x ./bisect-script

git bisect start master v2.2.8
git bisect run ./bisect-script

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