Derek L Davies
ddavies at world.std.com
Fri Jan 14 08:10:50 PST 2000
Derek L Davies <ddavies at world.std.com> writes:
> This is probably something really stupid but I'm flapping trying to
> figure it out.
AH HA! I was right! It *was* something really stupid ;-) Anyway, I
just got my unit test to run successfully. Now I just need to hook up
the unit test the right way then I can submit my changes. I have some
issues around how to integrate my test.
1) I didn't look really hard, but it doesn't look like there are any
unit tests for the JNI. I took quick a look at how the "test" directory
is structured and decided to create a new directory,
"test/regression/native", for JNI unit tests. Is this o.k. or does
someone have something more appropriate?
2) It seems insane to require `make install` prior to `make check`,
but there's a bit of a chicken and egg problem with unit tests for the
invokation interface since one must link against libkaffevm . I think
the right thing to do is to frob up a wrapper analogous to `kaffe
except that it sets up the environment to run from the development
tree rather than the installation tree. It seems to me that this is
fine, but I thought I'd mention it in case anyone can think of
problems or a better way.
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