tests/pkits failing on master (when building from git)
Daniel Kahn Gillmor
dkg at fifthhorseman.net
Fri Dec 19 23:35:14 CET 2014
On Thu 2014-10-09 17:17:25 -0400, Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
> Building from the current origin/master
> (2ca90f78cee91c43b8d538d1cb92728f8e1452d5) it appears that tests in
> /tests/pkits are failing.
> They also take a really long time to fail. for example, the
> validate-all-certs test take several seconds per certificate when doing:
> ../../sm/gpgsm -q --import --with-validation --disable-crl-checks
> I'm attaching the logs from three tests that failed:
I'm still seeing long failures in all three of these when running "make
check" off of the current master, from git
I'm trying this on a debian testing/unstable system.
The build process i'm using is just the traditional:
I can build and "make check" from the released 2.1.1 tarball without a
problem, though, probably because it skips these tests:
make: Entering directory '/tmp/cdtemp.j754Mx/gnupg-2.1.1/tests/pkits'
Note: PKITS_data.tar.bz2 is not installed
All tests will be skipped (this is not an error)
All 0 tests passed
(18 tests were not run)
Should they also be skipped when running "make check" from git? or do
they need to be cleaned up/fixed somehow? Or is there something wrong
with my environment
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