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Subject: Re: MVS multiroot-status-1 problem (hey, we're almost there 
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Wayne Johnson writes:
> I was thinking that maybe the problem is the way dotest_internal reads in
> the entire output files and uses expr to compare them.  This does appear
> to be one of the longest outputs.  Maybe re-writing dotest_internal to do
> the comparisons on a line by line basis?

It's already there -- search for "dotest_internal_debug".  We don't use
it by default because it's much slower and it doesn't handle wildcards
that are supposed to match multiple lines.

The files you attached are highly suspect.  They're absolutely
identical, which they shouldn't be; one should contain regular
expression patterns where the other contains literal text.  In fact,
both contain some things that look vaguely like regular expressions, but
have literal text in other places where there should be patterns.

-Larry Jones

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