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Id: 20071
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Requestors: dan.horne [...] redbone.co.nz
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Subject: Tests fail on install - should they?
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I get the following errors when instaling (Centos v4 / RHEL 4, Perl v 5.8.7): # ./Build test t/00.load.........ok 1/1# Testing Perl6::Builtins v0.0.3 t/00.load.........ok t/caller..........ok t/pod-coverage....ok t/pod.............ok t/system..........ls: write error: Bad file descriptor t/system..........NOK 1 # Failed test 'successful system command' # in t/system.t at line 6. Can't exec "PAY_NO_ATTENTION_TO_THIS": No such file or directory at /tmp/Perl6-Builtins-0.0.3/blib/lib/Perl6/Builtins.pm line 26. t/system..........ok 2/0ls: write error: Bad file descriptor t/system..........NOK 3 # Failed test 'successful deferred system command' # in t/system.t at line 10. Can't exec "PAY_NO_ATTENTION_TO_THIS": No such file or directory at /tmp/Perl6-Builtins-0.0.3/blib/lib/Perl6/Builtins.pm line 26. # Looks like you failed 2 tests of 6. t/system..........dubious Test returned status 2 (wstat 512, 0x200) DIED. FAILED tests 1, 3 Failed 2/6 tests, 66.67% okay Failed Test Stat Wstat Total Fail Failed List of Failed ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- t/system.t 2 512 6 2 33.33% 1 3 Failed 1/5 test scripts, 80.00% okay. 2/32 subtests failed, 93.75% okay. I'm a bit confused. Does "PAY_NO_ATTENTION_TO_THIS" imply that I should ignore the test error, and force the install?
From: Geoff Simmons <gsimmons [...] cpan.org>
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The system.t test is known to fail on Linux systems. You can either ignore and force the install, or use an updated system.t suggested by the author. Refer to #17653 for the details.


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