Test File: sc/qa/unit/data/functions/fods/chiinv.fods: fails with Assertion

Alex McMurchy mcmurchy1917-libreoffice at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Sep 14 16:20:02 UTC 2016

Hi Erike

Every so often I compile and test LibreOffice to ensure that no 
regressions have occurred. I've encountered a few over the years that 
have even got into the Still version of LibreOffice.

As to whatever CHIINV and MINVERSE does doesn't bother me I don't use 
them at all. So, I just delete the offending test in the .fods file and 
move on. I never push anything back. That way if any other tests fail 
I'll know about them

On my day job I've got a deadline looming for this Friday, 16th August 
2016. Once that's out of the way, I may have another look at CHIINV next 
week. I'm intrigued why the same binary of LO works on some 
environments but not on others.


On 14/09/16 16:52, Eike Rathke wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> On Wednesday, 2016-09-14 08:56:21 +0200, Eike Rathke wrote:
>>> 1. either stepping through the code
>> Well, you can try, but it's a more general problem not restricted to
>> just one or two functions. Entry point for the CHIINV function would be
>> in sc/source/core/tool/interpr3.cxx ScInterpreter::ScChiInv()
> If you want to get a working build without disabling all checks then you
> can use
> https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/gitweb?p=core.git;a=commitdiff;h=b9a27d5856f60688456762bfcc29c38670009254
> that disables the function tests for linux_x86 builds.
> However, if you'd find a general solution that does not involve
> disabling the tests that would be more than welcomed.
>    Eike

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