On 08/30/2012 07:13 AM, Tom Henderson wrote: > On 08/29/2012 06:50 AM, behnaz.bostanip...@unil.ch wrote: >>> I'm not able to reproduce that error, so I would like to >>> see some examples of the diffed output. Would you mind >>> collecting all of the *.test output files for the tests >>> that failed and send them to me in a tarball, such as: >>> >>> cd tcl/tests >>> find . -name "*.test" -type f | xargs tar cvfj >>> ns-2-diffs.tbz2 >>> >>> and send me the ns-2-diffs.tbz2 file? >>> >>> Thanks, >>> Tom >> >> >> Here you are, I exactly execuuted your command, but not sure >> if it has all the outputs that we want (i.e., for tests: >> "test-all-tcpLinux", "test-all-tcpHighspeed", "test-all-red" >> and "test-all-cbq". >> > > There seem to be a few things going on here. > > for the test-all-cbq and test-all-red files, the data seems correct but > the formatting is slightly off: there are commas for periods in some of > the outputs. e.g. > > test-output-red/flows-combined.test >> ==> flows_combined.test <== >> TitleText: test_flows_combined >> Device: Postscript >> >> "flow 1 >> 84,8786 74,1902 >> 48,3181 46,8733 > > vs. test-output-red/flows-combined (good output) >> TitleText: test_flows_combined >> Device: Postscript >> >> "flow 1 >> 84.8786 74.1902 >> 48.3181 46.8733 > > > This may have something to do with the version of xgraph on the system.
actually, xgraph is not used to generate this data; it is probably some divergence in the output of getrc or raw2xg, such as: exec $PERL ../../bin/getrc -s 2 -d 3 out.tr | \ $PERL ../../bin/raw2xg -s 0.01 -m 90 -t $tname > temp.rands