On 2017-07-03 14:32, Cantor, Scott wrote:
You might find https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/XERCESC-2104 of
interest.  This replaces sanityTest.pl with separate automake checks.
You can still run "make check", but it now shows you each individual
test being run and stores the logs in separate files.  This makes it
much clearer what's breaking.

I don't know what XFAIL means but the tests all pass for me on Windows
and Linux at the moment.

XFAIL is "expected fail". Some of the tests expect a nonzero exit status; mainly just tests which display usage information when run with no options. It's treated the same as PASS in that it's not counted as an error. If they ever pass unexpectedly then you'll get an XPASS which is treated as an error. These are XFAIL_TESTS in Makefile.am, and EXPECT_FAIL in CMakeLists.txt.


Regards,
Roger


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