yaneurabeya at gmail.com
Sat Oct 19 20:49:42 UTC 2013
You're missing a lot of code in etc/, some in Makefile.inc1, and other pieces in share/mk as well with bsd.own.mk. Also, your approach with tests/Makefile is ok, but it doesn't partition well with prove.test.mk on my branch, etc.
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> On Oct 19, 2013, at 8:49, Julio Merino <julio at meroh.net> wrote:
> [ CCing same interested parties as before ]
> Here comes the next round of patches. This time the goal is to start
> populating /usr/tests (which already exists) with the only test
> program currently available in the tree: src/lib/libcrypt/tests/*.
> With this boilerplate in place, adding new test programs to the base
> system should be straightforward (which is the goal here!). I'll be
> happy to provide a tutorial later if we agree to this scheme, similar
> to the one we have for NetBSD (http://wiki.netbsd.org/tutorials/atf/),
> detailing the procedure to add both atf-based and "old-style" test
> The README file added in add-tests-hierarchy.diff and the tests.7 page
> added in add-tests-7.diff might answer some of the questions you might
> have. Not repasting their contents here.
> As before, the new set of patches is in
> http://portal.meroh.net/~jmmv/freebsd-testing/ . The series file in
> it lists the order in which they need to be read/applied and each
> patch has a header usable as the commit log.
> I have successfully tested this both in amd64 and powerpc with update
> and clean builds/installs. However, please review carefully.
> Julio Merino / @jmmv
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