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Hey,

14 of 20 tests failed when doing "make check" for gnupg 2.2.27. What
should I do?

thanks!


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Re: make check failed tests

Claus Assmann
On Wed, Jan 20, 2021, mettodo via Gnupg-users wrote:

> 14 of 20 tests failed when doing "make check" for gnupg 2.2.27. What
> should I do?

Most certainly you should not tell anyone which OS or compiler
or options you used.
Neither should you include the actual test failures.


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On Wed, Jan 20, 2021 at 6:11 PM <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> On Wed, Jan 20, 2021, mettodo via Gnupg-users wrote:
>
> > 14 of 20 tests failed when doing "make check" for gnupg 2.2.27. What
> > should I do?
>
> Most certainly you should not tell anyone which OS or compiler
> or options you used.
> Neither should you include the actual test failures.

:-D :-D :-D ...

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Stefan

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Re: make check failed tests

Bernhard Reiter-7
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Am Mittwoch 20 Januar 2021 09:41:10 schrieb mettodo via Gnupg-users:
> 14 of 20 tests failed when doing "make check" for gnupg 2.2.27. What
> should I do?

Please give more details, like used system, compiler and
what checks failed and how. If it is getting very technical,
the gnupg-devel list would be another place to report.

Thanks,
Bernhard

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Re: make check failed tests

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Hi Bernhard,

I do not exactly know what you ask for, let me know if this is not enough:

- Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS

- gcc version 7.5.0

- Attached text with failed checks

Thanks!


On 21/01/2021 19:04, Bernhard Reiter wrote:

> Am Mittwoch 20 Januar 2021 09:41:10 schrieb mettodo via Gnupg-users:
>> 14 of 20 tests failed when doing "make check" for gnupg 2.2.27. What
>> should I do?
> Please give more details, like used system, compiler and
> what checks failed and how. If it is getting very technical,
> the gnupg-devel list would be another place to report.
>
> Thanks,
> Bernhard
>

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Re: make check failed tests

Bernhard Reiter-7
Hi Mettodo,

Am Freitag 22 Januar 2021 07:02:34 schrieb mettodo:
> I do not exactly know what you ask for, let me know if this is not enough:
> - Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS
> - gcc version 7.5.0
> - Attached text with failed checks

yes, this is a good start to get, so others are able to give you more
suggestions.

As far as I can see, it is all the same error:
symbol gpgrt_getcwd version GPG_ERROR_1.0 not defined in file
libgpg-error.so.0 with link time reference

Looks like you may need a newer version of libgpg-error (as far as I can see
gpgrt_getcwd was introduced with 1.27 of libgpg-error).
Did you build libgpg-error yourself? If so, what version?

The "configure" script should have complained, was it saying okay?

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Hi Bernhard,

I thought I had installed libgpg-error-1.41 properly. I just tried to
install it again and after "make install" I got the messages on the
attached text . 

From what I understand I didn´t get any problem with GnuPG "configure",
you can check the attached text.

Thanks!


Unai

On 22/01/2021 12:13, Bernhard Reiter wrote:

> Hi Mettodo,
>
> Am Freitag 22 Januar 2021 07:02:34 schrieb mettodo:
>> I do not exactly know what you ask for, let me know if this is not enough:
>> - Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS
>> - gcc version 7.5.0
>> - Attached text with failed checks
> yes, this is a good start to get, so others are able to give you more
> suggestions.
>
> As far as I can see, it is all the same error:
> symbol gpgrt_getcwd version GPG_ERROR_1.0 not defined in file
> libgpg-error.so.0 with link time reference
>
> Looks like you may need a newer version of libgpg-error (as far as I can see
> gpgrt_getcwd was introduced with 1.27 of libgpg-error).
> Did you build libgpg-error yourself? If so, what version?
>
> The "configure" script should have complained, was it saying okay?
>
> Best Regards,
> Bernhard
>

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Bernhard Reiter-7
Hi Mettodo,

Am Freitag 22 Januar 2021 16:26:24 schrieb mettodo via Gnupg-users:
> I thought I had installed libgpg-error-1.41 properly. I just tried to
> install it again and after "make install" I got the messages on the
> attached text . 

(looks like you've tried to reinstall it again, but without the necessary
rights to be able to overwrite the previous version)

> From what I understand I didn´t get any problem with GnuPG "configure",
> you can check the attached text.

I'm at a loss here, too.
Maybe the tests somehow get a different library?
Does an
 ldd ./t-stringhelp
(in the right directory)
give you any ideas about which libgpg-error library it takes?

Best Regards,
Bernhard


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Re: make check failed tests

Ángel
On 2021-01-22 at 17:59 +0100, Bernhard Reiter wrote:

> > From what I understand I didn´t get any problem with GnuPG
> > "configure",
> > you can check the attached text.
>
> I'm at a loss here, too.
> Maybe the tests somehow get a different library?
> Does an
>  ldd ./t-stringhelp
> (in the right directory)
> give you any ideas about which libgpg-error library it takes?
>
> Best Regards,
> Bernhard

It is probably picking the system library, not the manually installed
libgpg-error (I assume a new one was installed as well?)

Try running
  LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$MYPREFIX/lib make check

where $MYPREFIX is the value of --prefix that you passed to ./configure
or /usr/local (the default) if not provided i.e.
  LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib make check

Regards

Ángel

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