> > Not on Windows:
> > Windows test failures on Zope trunk
> > http://www.zope.org/Collectors/Zope/1931
> >>CMF-trunk runs fine on the Zope trunk, etc.
> > Certainly agree it would help to have a specific list of what (if
> > anything) still needs to fixed. FWIW, I don't expect Windows test
> > failures to hold up a beta release (note that I didn't say that's a
> > policy I agree with ;-)).
> Without Windows-centric developers who are motivated to investigate and
> fix those bugs, I don't know what else we can do.
That bugs points at
quotes Tim as saying:
: No idea where this slash-vs-backslash confusion ultimately comes from,
: though. Who recently checked code in hard-coding "/" as a path
So in this specific example, the problem seems less a lack of Windows
centric developers, but more an abundance of non-Windows-centric developers
These test failures appear at first glance to not be windows specific at
all - just possibly pointing at non-portable code written by others. As a
Windows developer, I'm afraid I have no idea where I would start looking for
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