On Wed, Apr 17, 2013 at 9:10 AM, Torsten Bögershausen <tbo...@web.de> wrote:
> The test cases in contrib/remote-helpers use mercurial and python.
> Before the tests are run, we check if python can import
> "mercurial" and "hggit".
> To run this check, python pointed out by PYTHON_PATH is used.
> This may not work when different python binaries exist,
> and PYTHON_PATH is not set:
> Makefile sets it to the default /usr/bin/python
> The PATH may point out e.g. /sw/bin/python.
> When /sw/bin/python has the mercurial module installed,
> but /usr/bin/python has not, the test will not be run.
> Git respects PYTHON_PATH, hg does not.
> Use python instead of $PYTHON_PATH to check for installed modules.
And this would fail if the distribution doesn't have a 'python'
binary, and instead has python2, python3, etc.
> While at it, split exportX=Y into 2 lines
Do it in a separate patch.
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