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Subject: Author Error message runtests
From: Ahed Aladwan <Ahed.Aladwan@synchrotron.org.au>
To: "tech-talk@aps.anl.gov" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2012 14:36:01 +1000

Hi All,

 

The error message below – as a result of runtests after an error free base build - commanded me to send an email to tech talk, and here I  obey.

 

Host & Target: Win32-x86 (Windows XP SP3)

EPICS: 3.14.12.1 or 3.14.12.2

Build env: msvc 10 express

Make: Gnu Make 3.81

 

This happens only when STATIC_BUILD=YES & SHARED_LIBRARIES=NO, we got to do that as some modules in the areaDetector requires a static build of EPICS, I am concerned only if such an error might result in runtime errors that is difficult to debug or trace.

 

Thanks,

Ahed

 

 

 

http://www.synchrotron.org.au/images/emails/logosig.gifAhed Aladwan | Controls Engineering – Imaging & Medical Beamline | Australian Synchrotron
p: (03) 8540 4289 | f: (03) 8540 4200
ahed.aladwan@synchrotron.org.au | www.synchrotron.org.au
800 Blackburn Road, Clayton, Victoria 3168

 

 

 

 

 

perl -MTest::Harness -e 'runtests @ARGV if @ARGV;' epicsUnitTestTest.t epicsCalc

Test.t epicsAlgorithmTest.t epicsMathTest.t epicsEllTest.t epicsErrlogTest.t epi

csStdioTest.t epicsStringTest.t epicsTimeTest.t epicsThreadTest.t epicsThreadOnc

eTest.t epicsThreadPriorityTest.t epicsThreadPrivateTest.t epicsExitTest.t epics

TimerTest.t ringPointerTest.t ringBytesTest.t epicsEventTest.t epicsMutexTest.t

epicsExceptionTest.t macEnvExpandTest.t macLibTest.t taskwdTest.t blockingSockTe

st.t epicsMessageQueueTest.t

epicsUnitTestTest.t ........ ok

epicsCalcTest.t ............ ok

epicsAlgorithmTest.t ....... ok

epicsMathTest.t ............ ok

epicsEllTest.t ............. ok

epicsErrlogTest.t .......... ok

epicsStdioTest.t ........... ok

epicsStringTest.t .......... ok

epicsTimeTest.t ............ ok

epicsThreadTest.t .......... ok

epicsThreadOnceTest.t ...... Recursive epicsThreadOnce() initialization

Thread recurse (003334E8) can't proceed, suspending.

epicsThreadOnceTest.t ...... ok

epicsThreadPriorityTest.t .. ok

epicsThreadPrivateTest.t ... ok

epicsExitTest.t ............ ok

epicsTimerTest.t ........... ok

ringPointerTest.t .......... ok

ringBytesTest.t ............ ok

epicsEventTest.t ........... ok

epicsMutexTest.t ........... ok

epicsExceptionTest.t ....... ok

macEnvExpandTest.t ......... macLib: macro FOO is undefined (expanding string ${

FOO})

macEnvExpandTest.t ......... 1/71 macLib: macro FOO is undefined (expanding stri

ng ${FOO,BAR})

macLib: macro FOO is undefined (expanding string ${FOO,BAR=baz})

macLib: macro FOO is undefined (expanding string ${FOO,BAR=$(FOO)})

macLib: macro FOO is undefined (expanding string ${FOO,FOO})

macLib: string ${FOO,FOO=$(FOO)} is recursive (expanding macro FOO)

macLib: macro FOO is undefined (expanding string ${FOO,BAR=baz,FUM})

macLib: macro BAZ is undefined (expanding string ${FOO})

macLib: string ${FOO} is recursive (expanding environment variable FOO)

macLib: string ${FOO,FOO=$(FOO)} is recursive (expanding environment variable FO

O)

macLib: string ${FOO=$(FOO)} is recursive (expanding environment variable FOO)

macLib: string ${FOO=$(BAR),BAR=$(FOO)} is recursive (expanding environment vari

able FOO)

macEnvExpandTest.t ......... ok

macLibTest.t ............... ok

taskwdTest.t ............... 2/8 Thread testTask2 (00336508) suspended

taskwdTest.t ............... ok

blockingSockTest.t .........

 

 

A call to 'assert(this->sock != INVALID_SOCKET)'

    by thread 'wina04' failed in ..\blockingSockTest.cpp line 172.

EPICS Release EPICS R3.14.12.1 $Date: Tue 2011-04-26 15:36:19 -0500$.

Local time is 2012-10-04 09:27:45.000244119 AUS Eastern Standard Time

Please E-mail this message to the author or to tech-talk@aps.anl.gov

Calling epicsThreadSuspendSelf()

Terminating on signal SIGINT(2)

make[3]: [runtests] Error 2 (ignored)

make[2]: *** [runtests.win32-x86] Error 130

make[1]: *** [libCom/test.runtests] Error 130

make: *** [src.runtests] Error 130

 

C:\perforce\epics\base-3-14-12-1>


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