Michael Paquier <michael.paqu...@gmail.com> writes:
> In order to run tests consistently on the whole tree, I use a simple
> alias which tests also things like src/test/ssl and src/test/ldap on the
> way.

> Lately, I am getting annoyed by $subject when working on OpenSSL stuff
> as sometimes I need to test things with and without SSL support to make
> sure that a patch is rightly shaped.  However if configure is built
> without SSL support then src/test/ssl just fails.  The same applies to
> src/test/ldap.

> Could it be possible to disable them using something like the attached
> if a build is done without SSL and/or LDAP?

That seems like possibly not such a great idea.  If somebody were using
a run of src/test/ssl to check their build, they would now get no
notification if they'd forgotten to build --with-openssl.

Perhaps we could introduce some new targets, "check-if-enabled" or so,
that act like you want.

                        regards, tom lane

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