On 03/27/2014 11:34 AM, Christoph Berg wrote:
Re: Andrew Dunstan 2014-03-27 <53344465.6010...@dunslane.net>
On 03/27/2014 11:27 AM, Tom Lane wrote:
Andrew Dunstan <and...@dunslane.net> writes:
I guess we'd better add a make-contrib-check step to the buildfarm. I
was just prepping a release, so I'll delay that while I add this.
BTW, won't that obsolete the need for the separate check-pg_upgrade
Yes, possibly.

It helps if people bring to my attention changes in the build and test
infrastructure, sometimes I miss developments, as I did here.
Why not "make check-world"? That should include everything, and
doesn't need updating the scripts when something new gets included in
PostgreSQL itself. The pg_upgrade test is included.

For several reasons. It's not simply a matter of running that command. You also have to bundle up the various log files. Also, if all we do is "check-world" and it fails that fact gives us relatively little information, whereas if it passes "make check" but fails "make -C contrib check" we'll have more information. So I'm not terribly excited about combining steps too much.



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