[Bioperl-l] Variation_IO.t [was: External dependencies]
Mon, 18 Dec 2000 12:09:32 -0500 (EST)
I tested Variation_IO.t on irix 6.5, perl 5.004_04
got this error for make test on Variation_IO.t
t/Variation_IO......Ambiguous use of id => resolved to "id" => at
blib/lib/Bio/Variation/SeqDiff.pm line 915.
at /usr/share/lib/perl5/Text/Wrap.pm line 58, <GEN0> chunk 11.
Test returned status 2 (wstat 512, 0x200)
Number found where operator expected at (eval 103) line 1, near "*(512"
(Missing operator before 512?)
DIED. FAILED tests 4-26
Failed 23/26 tests, 11.54% okay
perl5.004 or irix is actually really picky - complaining about dos
linefeeds and is also doing this for both DB.t and game.t in the BEGIN
block where we tell it to skip this test, I am really not sure why this
happens - in fact any print statement in the block seems to spawn
t/game..............XML::Parser::PerlSAX not loaded. This means game test
cannot be executed. Skipping
Use of uninitialized value at t/game.t line 26.
Use of uninitialized value at t/game.t line 27.
Use of uninitialized value at t/game.t line 28.
Use of uninitialized value at t/game.t line 29.
On Sun, 17 Dec 2000, Heikki Lehvaslaiho wrote:
> We better move this discussion back to bioperl-l so that other can
> help. I've never ran perl in a Mac.
> It seems to me that either the XML modules are not installed properly
> or the
> Variation_IO.t is not going through the motions as it should.
> Todd Richmond wrote:
> > On 12/15/00 1:30 AM, "Heikki Lehvaslaiho" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > I think I know what is going on. In perl distribution 5.004 and before
> > > Text::Wrap (version 97.011701) was able to wrap only on word boundary.
> > > The latest version (98.112902) has this fixed.
> > >
> > This indeed fixes the problem - however, it appears that not all of the
> > tests are run. It starts with "1..26", then runs through the first 17 tests
> > successfully and then just stops. Two new files are created:
> > "mutations.out.xml" and "polymorphism.out.xml", but they are both empty. In
> > addition, to run the tests on a Mac, I had to remove the "t/" from in front
> > of the file names within Variation_IO.t, because otherwise it couldn't find
> > them. This is probably a problem with the calling directory and differences
> > between Unix and MacOS in defining what that is. Moving Variation_IO.t up
> > one level outside of the "t" directory failed to fix the problem (which is
> > where I assume the "make test" would have been run from).
> > --
> > Dr Todd Richmond http://cellwall.stanford.edu/todd
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