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Test failure for popt 1.16

From: Pieter Bowman <bowman@math.utah.edu>
Date: Tue 11 May 2010 - 01:57:47 CEST
Message-ID: <CMM.0.94.0.1273535867.bowman@tortola.math.utah.edu>
I did builds of popt 1.16 on a number of our systems here.  Test 59
failed on a number of the systems with the following output:

Test "test1 --usage" failed with: "Usage: test1 [-I?] [-c|--cb2=STRING] [--arg1] [-2|--arg2=ARG]
        [-3|--arg3=ANARG] [-onedash] [--optional=STRING] [--val]
        [-i|--int=INT] [-s|--short=SHORT] [-l|--long=LONG]
        [-L|--longlong=LONGLONG] [-f|--float=FLOAT] [-d|--double=DOUBLE]
        [--randint=INT] [--randshort=SHORT] [--randlong=LONG]
        [--randlonglong=LONGLONG] [--argv=STRING] [--bitset] [--bitclr]
        [--bitxor] [--nstr=STRING] [--lstr=STRING] [-I|--inc]
        [-c|--cb=STRING] [--longopt] [-?|--help] [--usage] [--simple=ARG]" != "Usage: lt-test1 [-I?] [-c|--cb2=STRING] [--arg1] [-2|--arg2=ARG]
        [-3|--arg3=ANARG] [-onedash] [--optional=STRING] [--val]
        [-i|--int=INT] [-s|--short=SHORT] [-l|--long=LONG]
        [-L|--longlong=LONGLONG] [-f|--float=FLOAT] [-d|--double=DOUBLE]
        [--randint=INT] [--randshort=SHORT] [--randlong=LONG]
        [--randlonglong=LONGLONG] [--argv=STRING] [--bitset] [--bitclr]
        [--bitxor] [--nstr=STRING] [--lstr=STRING] [-I|--inc]
        [-c|--cb=STRING] [--longopt] [-?|--help] [--usage] [--simple=ARG]" 

The operating systems which failed were:

	gentoo/Linux, Alpha, PowerPC, PowerPC64, SPARC
	MacOS X 10.5, PowerPC, Intel
	FreeBSD 8, x86
	MirOS (aka. MirBSD), x86
	NetBSD 5.0.2, x86
	OpenBSD 4.7, x86
	OpenSolaris snv_134 X86
	OpenSUSE 11.2, x86_64
	Solaris 10 x86, x86_64, SPARC

The operating systems which succeeded were:

	RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.5, x86, x86_64, IA64
	Ubuntu 9.10, x86
	Fedora 12, x86

Thanks for looking into this.

Pieter
Received on Tue May 11 17:13:41 2010
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