Hi all, I ran across a weird issue where test.sh fails in the CCACHE_NOHASHDIR test because the CCACHE_HASHDIR variable happens to be set in my environment.
I added a debug print in conf_update_from_environment() and the variable that is inherited from the shell (CCACHE_HASHDIR) comes last, so it has precedence over CCACHE_NOHASHDIR=1 that is set locally by the test. I would say this is a problem with test.sh, which fails to sanitize the environment properly at the beginning of the TEST() function. Probably this is a problem with all boolean options, which accept either the direct or negated form (e.g. CCACHE_HASHDIR vs. CCACHE_NOHASHDIR). My idea is to iterate through the output of `env` and unset all variables starting with CCACHE_ instead of listing them explicitly (since this is pretty much what conf_update_from_environment() does). Any thoughts? Thanks, Radu Rendec _______________________________________________ ccache mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/ccache