Unit test failure on building LibreOffice on Windows

Michael Stahl mstahl at redhat.com
Fri Feb 12 11:32:55 UTC 2016

On 12.02.2016 06:43, Paul Blinzer wrote:
> Compilation went well until reaching unit test for the xmltesttools (see
> below for output).

> [build CUT] sc_condformats
> C:/sources/libo-core/test/source/xmltesttools.cxx:70:SdExportTest::testBnc822341
> equality assertion failed
> - Expected: 1
> - Actual  : 0
> - In <file:///C:/cygwin/tmp/lu43369mz57.tmp>, XPath
> '/ContentType:Types/ContentType:Override[@ContentType='application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document']'
> number of nodes is incorrect

oh that's my test... the only idea i have how that could happen is if
you used --disable-atl, which is only recommended if you have Visual
Studio Express - the "Community" one has the ATL stuff.

if you aren't using --disable-atl then please mail me the file that it
complains about, you might need to disable the
"pTempFile->EnableKillingFile();" from sdmodeltestbase.hxx:203 to
prevent it from getting deleted.

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