[squeak-dev] Windows 7 tests behaviour depending on image was: Re: [TestRunner] Windows 7 tests -- no longer weird behaviour

Frank Shearar frank.shearar at gmail.com
Fri Sep 7 14:13:16 UTC 2012

On 7 September 2012 14:16, Herbert König <herbertkoenig at gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi,
> Am 06.09.2012 23:49, schrieb H. Hirzel:
>> Thank you for the URL and I downloaded the zip.
> There's several images in that zip
> Squeak4.4-12053.image, seems quite old, maybe it should not show up in the
> zip. Same with the Squeak4.3.image

It's a zip of the working copy of the repository, so it will contain
several things that are _not_ in the zip produced by Jenkins. They're
the base images used by the scripts to build a fully up-to-date image.
Since you're interested in the zip mainly for the Cog VMs, I'd suggest
just ignoring the rest of the zip for the moment.

You _could_ download the appropriate Cog VM directly, but pulling them
from a freshly downloaded zip ensures your tests run on the same VM as
the buildserver does (modulo platform).


> My results from this one:
> 3177 run 3148 passes, 16 expected failures, 12 failures, 1 errors, 0
> unexpected passes
> Everything goes smooth, no wait.
> Squeak4.4-trunk.image
> again shows that wait, this time after the first test and:
> 3204 run 3157 passes, 17 expected failures, 10 failures, 20 errors, 0
> unexpected passes
> Croquet has permissions for UDP and TCP on all ports. So I gave permission
> for all protocols and all ports, same result.
> Next I disabled WiFi, no wired connection available and disabled the
> firewall. Again the same result.
> Copied the Folder to an XP virtual machine and got:
> 3201 run, 3173 passes, 17 expected failures, 10 failures, 1 errors, 0
> unexpected passes
> SocketTest>>testPeername failed as the only socket test
> http://minus.com/lbloGF7LskM0a7
> Cheers,
> Herbert

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