> On Aug 25, 2019, at 3:39 AM, Christian Gruber <christian.gru...@posteo.de> 
> wrote:
> Am 22.08.19 um 09:21 schrieb Geert Janssens:
>> Op donderdag 22 augustus 2019 05:37:12 CEST schreef John Ralls:
>>>> On Aug 21, 2019, at 3:28 PM, Christian Gruber <christian.gru...@posteo.de>
>>>> wrote:
>>>> Ok, that was a useful hint. Clearing the guile cache helped. I'm one step
>>>> further. I have no idea, what led to this situation. I couldn't reproduce
>>>> this again.
>>>> Next problem is that still several tests fail with the following output:
>>>> ERROR: no code for module (gnucash engine test srfi64-extras)
>>> Which means that they're not finding
>>> libgnucash/engine/test/srfi64-extras.scm or perhaps srfi64-extras.go Can
>>> you figure out why? It might help to run make with VERBOSE=1 so that the
>>> whole command is printed for each step or to switch to ninja which dumps
>>> any failed commands without being asked and is also about 10x faster than
>>> make.
>>> Regards,
>>> John Ralls
>> It can also be an as of yet undiscovered build dependency issue (there still
>> are a few on maint).
>> You didn't post any error output (or full build log) so it's hard to tell.
>> In the build logs do you find a message logging the build of engine/test/
>> srfi64-extras.go before you get your errors ?
>> Geert
> I fixed the problem. It is a missing build dependency. I did only call "make 
> check" directly after generating a fresh build dir with CMake. So not every 
> dependency of the tests has been built yet, scm-srfi64-extras is one of them. 
> After calling "make all" and then "make check" again and after installing 
> missing french locale, all tests run successfully now. Maybe there are even 
> more missing dependencies, which are all built with "make all".
> Is this a known issue, that the test applications are missing some required 
> dependencies in the CMakeLists.txt? I'll have a look, what is actually 
> missing and try to fix it.

We know that the dependency tree in the CMakeLists isn't exhaustive, but Geert 
had the check target sorted last winter. The srfi64 tests were added after that 
and I guess that some dependencies got missed then. Obviously having a full 
dependency tree is more robust, especially if the source directory layout 
changes so have at it!

John Ralls
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