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Subject: Re: Problem with performstruct test
From: Dirk Zimoch <dirk.zimoch@psi.ch>
To: <core-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2018 11:12:47 +0200
Ah. Much easier than Launchpad. Thanks.
Dirk

On 19.09.2018 10:57, Ralph Lange wrote:
Hi Dirk,

The PVA modules (and Git submodules) in the modules directory of Base are not hosted on Launchpad, but have always been on GitHub. (Being hosted in a different repo on a different server is one of the reasons why they are Git submodules in the first place.)

Please issue a regular PR on GitHub.

Cheers,
~Ralph


On Wed, 19 Sep 2018 at 10:40, Dirk Zimoch <dirk.zimoch@psi.ch <mailto:dirk.zimoch@psi.ch>> wrote:

    How to propose a merge?

    I have pushed a fix to
    https://code.launchpad.net/~dirk.zimoch/epics-base/+git/epics-base/+ref/fix_performstruct_test,

    but when trying to create a merge request, I don't know what to put in
    for "Target branch". I always get the error "The target path must be
    the
    path of a reference in the target repository" but no help on what valid
    values may be.

    Also I am not sure if I did everything correct with the sub-module
    structure. Is "lp:epics-base" the correct target repo or do I have to
    specify something else when fixing a sub-module?

    Dirk


    On 19.09.2018 10:13, Dirk Zimoch wrote:
     > On 19.09.2018 10:01, Dirk Zimoch wrote:
     >> Hello,
     >>
     >> In pvData/testApp/pv is a test "performstruct" which uses
     >> clock_gettime(). With older glibc versions it is required to
    link this
     >> with "rt". Thus I have added
     >>
     >> performstruct_SYS_LIBS_Linux += rt
     >>
     >> to pvData/testApp/pv/Makefile.
     >>
     >> Then I recognized that all the other tests in the Makefile have
    a line
     >>
     >> TESTS += ...
     >>
     >> but performstruct has not. Is this a bug?
     >>
     >> Dirk
     >
     >
     > Hmm.... when adding it to TESTS I get
     >
     > $make runtests
     > [...]
     > performstruct.t ......... skipped: (no reason given)
     >
     > What does this mean?


References:
Problem with performstruct test Dirk Zimoch
Re: Problem with performstruct test Dirk Zimoch
Re: Problem with performstruct test Dirk Zimoch
Re: Problem with performstruct test Ralph Lange

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