[DRE-maint] Running tests via setup.rb, or in the CDBS class?
gwolf at gwolf.org
Thu Nov 8 18:10:39 UTC 2007
Gunnar Wolf dijo [Thu, Nov 08, 2007 at 12:00:29PM -0600]:
> > $ mkdir test/output
> > $ for i in test/*; do ruby $i; done
> > $ rm -rf test/output
> > But, of course, this does not look beautiful enough to be included in
> > my debian/rules... What do you suggest?
> Bah... Just update setup.rb :) From its changelog , task 'test' was
> added on 3.4.0 (2005-09-25).
>  http://i.loveruby.net/en/projects/setup/doc/news.html
Umh, not exactly - I still have to report this bug upstream, as 'ruby
setup.rb test' fails because test/output still must be created :)
setup.rb is distributed as a full tar.gz, so it could be made into its
own package - But I'm not sure if it's worth it, I'm still inclined
just to copy setup.rb into ruby-pkg-tools. Why? We don't need this
package, I think, for something so simple. i.e. from its README.en:
Just copy setup.rb in to your package.
For details, see HTML documents located under doc.en/.
It _does_ provide documentation, though. I don't know... Would you
feel it valuable to provide it as a package on its own right?
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