In parallel, I opened which changes the service name, and prevents this confusion anyway... The patch could be improved, perhaps we should make this automatic on win32...

Nicolas Lehuen wrote:

My bad... It seems it's not necessary to stop the Apache server. I was a bit confused by the Apache Monitor, a Win32 application putting an icon in the tray area showing the state of the Apache server and allowing you to control it. Turns out the monitor is a bit messed up by the test procedure, showing the status of the test server and not the "official" server. Thus when the tests stop, the monitor shows that the Apache server is stopped even though the "official" one isn't.

I have changed the documentation accordingly.


2005/12/5, Graham Dumpleton <[EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>>:

    I'm a bit confused by:

       - The only trick is that you'll have to stop your Apache server
    before launching
       the test, as the start/stop command can only apply to one single
    Apache instance.

    Does this apply to UNIX as well as Win32?

    I ask as I have never bothered to explicitly shut down any running
    instance of
    Apache, yet haven't noticed any problems with running the tests. If
    this is a Win32
    specific instruction, you might want to note it as such. On UNIX
    systems, where
    the web server may be doing real work, people may not want to shut it
    down just
    to be able to test a new separate version of mod_python that hasn't
    been installed


    On 06/12/2005, at 8:02 AM, Nicolas Lehuen wrote:

    > Hi David,
    > To follow my old promise, I've just checked in a bit of
    > on how to run the test suite, including on Win32. I've also added a
    > few self-test in the test module, so that the most obvious setup
    > mistakes are notified to the user.
    > Here is the documentation, directly from the Subversion
    repository :
    > This should eventually be converted to TeX and integrated into the
    > real documentation, but for various reasons this way is the quickest
    > way to put it online. It's much better than the previous README file
    > anyway (it was basically saying "keep out unless you know what
    > doing" ;).
    > Hope this helps.
    > Regards,
    > Nicolas
    > 2005/12/5, David Fraser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
    <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>>:
    >> As afar as I can recall, Nicolas Lehuen is the only guy who's been
    >> able
    >> to run the tests on win32
    >> Has anybody else been able to? Can we put together some hints
    as to
    >> how
    >> to do it?
    >> David

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