Unit test failure on building LibreOffice on Windows
pblinzer at gmail.com
Fri Feb 12 23:20:11 UTC 2016
thanks for the pointer, I have the "community edition" installed and I have
not used that option... The build install on that machine is pretty much by
the book (or better, the web page).
I'll gather up the files and send it to you via PM (unless I can glimpse
what's going on myself in which case, I'll send the solution :-))
On Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at 3:32 AM, Michael Stahl <mstahl at redhat.com> wrote:
> 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
> > equality assertion failed
> > - Expected: 1
> > - Actual : 0
> > - In <file:///C:/cygwin/tmp/lu43369mz57.tmp>, XPath
> > 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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