make check fails for popt-1.7-5

Harris Christian D SSgt 1 CS/SCBAM Christian.Harris at langley.af.mil
Sat Aug 20 15:49:53 PDT 2005


Is it safe to ignore the failure of the make check?

 

<-snip->

Running test test1 - 31.

Running test test1 - 32.

Running test test1 - 33.

Running test test1 - 34.

Running test test1 - 35.

Running test test1 - 36.

Running test test1 - 37.

Running test test1 - 38.

Running test test1 - 39.

Running test test1 - 40.

Running test test3 - 41.unning test test3 - 41.

diff: test3-data/01.answer: No such file or directory

Test "test3 - 41" failed output is in /usr/src/popt-1.7/tmp.out, diff
is:

FAIL: testit.sh

===================

1 of 1 tests failed

===================

make[2]: *** [check-TESTS] Error 1

make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/popt-1.7'

make[1]: *** [check-am] Error 2

make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/popt-1.7'

make: *** [check-recursive] Error 1

 

There is no test3-data/ dir in the build directory. 

And this happens if I patch it or not. 

Or if I -prefix=/usr or not. 

Of course I followed the directions from the book the 

first time the make check failed.

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