Am 06.11.2012 13:47, schrieb Nguyen Thai Ngoc Duy:
> On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 4:00 AM, Johannes Sixt <> wrote:
>> Patterns beginning with a slash are converted to Windows paths before
>> test-wildmatch gets to see them. Use a different first character.
> Or we could prepend the paths with something, which is then cut out by
> test-wildmatch. Not sure if it's intuitive to look at the tests
> though.

That would be a possibility, too.

>>  After this change, there are still 3 failing tests that are in connection
>>  with [[:xdigit:]]. Don't know, yet, what's going on there.
> the wildmatch tests or fnmatch ones?

fnmatch ones:

ok 147 - wildmatch:    match '5' '[[:xdigit:]]'
not ok 148 - fnmatch:      match '5' '[[:xdigit:]]'
#                   test-wildmatch fnmatch '5' '[[:xdigit:]]'
ok 149 - wildmatch:    match 'f' '[[:xdigit:]]'
not ok 150 - fnmatch:      match 'f' '[[:xdigit:]]'
#                   test-wildmatch fnmatch 'f' '[[:xdigit:]]'
ok 151 - wildmatch:    match 'D' '[[:xdigit:]]'
not ok 152 - fnmatch:      match 'D' '[[:xdigit:]]'
#                   test-wildmatch fnmatch 'D' '[[:xdigit:]]'

She same tests fail on Linux, BTW, when built with NO_FNMATCH=1 and the
"#if defined _LIBC || !defined __GNU_LIBRARY__" brackets removed.

-- Hannes

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