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Class::DBI::Sweet 0.5, perl 8.5.6, Linux 2.6 Some mysql tests fail because the CURDATE() retrieved from mysql takes time zone into consideration, and it seems the date in the script does not (thats my guess anyway). I was able to pass the tests by setting my clock back -6:00 temporarily. Here is the failing lines during the test where you can see the dates differ slightly: t/cdbi-t/10-mysql.....................NOK 11 # Failed test (t/cdbi-t/10-mysql.t at line 32) # got: '2005-08-11' # expected: '2005-08-12' t/cdbi-t/10-mysql.....................NOK 12 # Failed test (t/cdbi-t/10-mysql.t at line 34) # got: '2005-08-11' # expected: '2005-08-12' t/cdbi-t/10-mysql.....................ok 64/64# Looks like you failed 2 tests of 64.
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[guest - Thu Aug 11 22:33:31 2005]: Show quoted text
> Class::DBI::Sweet 0.5, perl 8.5.6, Linux 2.6 > > Some mysql tests fail because the CURDATE() retrieved from mysql takes > time zone into consideration, and it seems the date in the script > does not (thats my guess anyway). I was able to pass the tests by > setting my clock back -6:00 temporarily. > > Here is the failing lines during the test where you can see the dates > differ slightly: > > t/cdbi-t/10-mysql.....................NOK 11 > # Failed test (t/cdbi-t/10-mysql.t at line 32) > # got: '2005-08-11' > # expected: '2005-08-12' > t/cdbi-t/10-mysql.....................NOK 12 > # Failed test (t/cdbi-t/10-mysql.t at line 34) > # got: '2005-08-11' > # expected: '2005-08-12' > t/cdbi-t/10-mysql.....................ok 64/64# Looks like you failed > 2 tests of 64.
I mostly tend to validate via the SQLite tests; if you can provide a patch to fix the test? (I'd be guessing localtime vs. time?) Please bear in mind the t/cdbi-t directory is copied directly from the Class::DBI t/ directory - I didn't write the code therein, I simply use it to give Sweet a decent workout before install. Doesn't mean I don't want to fix it but it does mean your guess is as good as mine ...


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