Here are the latest versions. ECPG regression still isn't working, but then it isn't on my machine with the .bat file either. I don't know yet if that's my fault or the script's or something else.

I'm inclined to commit these without changing the .bat files in the first instance, so people can get them easily to try out.



Magnus Hagander wrote:
Andrew Dunstan wrote:
Here after much tedious testing are some perl replacements for
src/tools/msvc/build.bat and src/tools/msvc/vcregress.bat, as
previouslty discussed on -hackers. They do not exhibit the error
reporting problems I have had on XP, and they work nicely with a
slightly modified buildfarm script. There is one failure - the ECPG
checks fail to build. The error I get is shown below - not sure why on
earth it can't find MSVCRT.lib.

Does it work on the same machine with the .bat file?

There are also a few things to tidy up before I commit this, but I'm
happy because it has proved much less fragile than the existing scripts
in cooperating with the buildfarm. I am also turning my attention to
fixing the use of "dir" in

Not having tested it yet, but looked over.

Does the
actually make any sense? Does it even work?

Should it system("mkvcbuild")? Shouldn't it rather use Mkvcbuild; and go
from there? Seems a whole lot cleaner, and that's why we nade Mkvcbuild
a module in the first place.

As for vcregress, code like:
my $schedule = shift
  ||(($what eq 'CHECK' || $what =~ /PARALLEL/) ? "parallel" : "serial" );

is quite hard for me to read, but that could be because I'm not fluent
in advanced perl :P Perhaps simplify a bit for those of us? ;) (I
perfectly understand what it does after thinking about it a bit, but I
have to think and not just read. And since this is a very simple piece
of code after all.)

Not sure I like the getTests vs GetTests. Sure, it's case sensitive, but
again with the easy-to-read.

(and usage: foo, but I'm sure you knew that)

Other than that, looks fine to me.


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