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RE: thread test

Thanks Brian,
	I've attached the test suite to this email. I'll help sort out
any issues that arise in running it...

You will need automake to run it, but there is nothing you need to
configure in automake (just use the cygwin setup.exe to install it).

Once you've done that all you need to do is

tar xzf threadtest-1.0.tar.gz && cd threadtest-1.0 && ./configure &&
make check

I'm interested in (for each system you test on)
a) whether the win32 API is found correctly
b) the test results. (everything starting with ./configure until it
c) the output of gcc -v

for any system that has failed tests:
a) the output of make VERBOSE=1 TESTS="failed.test failed2.test" check
b) cygcheck -s -v



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brian Keener []
> Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2001 11:13 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: thread test
> Robert Collins wrote:
> > I got two willing volunteers, who have tested win98 and NT. I'm
> > still hoping to test the thread code on win95 before I go ahead and
> > write the full blown code...
> > 
> > Anyone have 5 minutes to run the testsuite on windows 95?
> >
> I have win95 on a laptop, Cygwin is installed, autoconf is installed, 
> automake is downloaded but not installed since it is a test 
> version ( I 
> seem to have enough problems ;-) ).  My autoconf is installed 
> straight 
> from the package and if there is any special configuration to do for 
> Win95 and Cygwin I haven't done it - which is another reason 
> I haven't 
> installed Automake (wasn't sure if a lot of stuff I didn't 
> know about was 
> required).
> I can compile changes for setup and run them but I do seem to have a 
> whole lot of problems whenever I do a cvs update (I end up 
> reconfiguring 
> and remaking my winsup tree).
> All of that said if you're willing to chance it and if 
> anything special 
> is required you can help me and you can tell me what results you are 
> looking for - I'll give it a try.
> bk


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