Running 'make check'

Mike Frysinger vapier at gentoo.org
Fri Jan 25 18:00:53 UTC 2008


On Thursday 17 January 2008, Ricard Wanderlof wrote:
> When doing a 'make check' in uClibc in a cross compilation environment, it
> builds a number of test apps and then tries to run them, which fails if
> not running on the target system. After a quick look I couldn't see
> anything obvious; is there any way to build the tests on one host and then
> automatically run them on a target system, using for instance rsh and rcp?

currently the test system is geared towards developing in a glibc environment 
and comparing behavior.  the larger plan is to move to dejagnu and make the 
tests standalone.
-mike
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