make check with DEBUGCCPUNIT=TRUE is waiting for console output
noel at peralex.com
Wed Jul 11 04:25:07 PDT 2012
OK, I'm closer to figuring this one out.
When I do this:
$ DEBUGCPPUNIT=TRUE make -s check
gdb executes the unit tests, but then, if everything went OK, GDB
I have to enter a "q" on the console.
However, if there actually was an exception, then GDB correctly prints
it out, quits and returns to the command line.
This is particularly annoying because, in this mode, there is no
indication on the console that GDB is waiting for input.
So I don't know if the test is just taking long, or if I need to do
On 2012-07-10 13:08, Noel Grandin wrote:
> My "make check" is pausing for console input when I use "export
> Not exactly conducive to easy testing :-)
> This is on an Ubuntu 12.04 linux system.
> Any ideas on how to debug this?
> Thanks, Noel Grandin
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