[FIX] UUID testprimitive random on win32

PhiHo Hoang phiho.hoang at rogers.com
Tue Jan 7 20:30:09 UTC 2003

    9 run - 8 passed - 0 failed - 1 errors 

    TestUUIDPrimitives>>testCreationRandom  failed
    (Both classical VM and MobVM after being fixed)

    MobVM has a bug (missing UUIDPlugin entry in SqMOM.ini)
    that caused 7 errors. This bug will can fixed by adding:

Mirrors=Home2, Home3



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John M McIntosh" <johnmci at smalltalkconsulting.com>
To: <squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 07, 2003 2:18 PM
Subject: [FIX] UUID testprimitive random on win32

> Ok I need someone on windows to test this.
> Because some windows platforms one-way hash the UUID to obscure the 
> generating computer the test uuid random logic is invoked which fails. 
> It's unclear if the version number is also hashed because people sent 
> me no less than three different variations of UUIDs. Thus this 
> changeset terminates the test early if the platform is win32.
> To test do "TestRunner open" then select TestUUIDPrimitives and all 9 
> tests should run green. If it doesn't fix it, or perhaps I've not 
> noticed another failure case then please email 4 or 5 UUID from your 
> windows machine and an indication of which test fails.

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