[Bioperl-l] For CVS developers-potentialpitfall with "return undef"

David Messina dmessina at wustl.edu
Wed Jun 7 20:50:48 EDT 2006


Thanks for letting me know, Chris.

Here's a new round of results on bioperl-live checked out moments ago:
[OS X 10.4.6, perl 5.8.6]

Failed Test   Stat Wstat Total Fail  Failed  List of Failed
------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
-------
t/DBCUTG.t                  29    5  17.24%  26 30-32
t/LocusLink.t               23    1   4.35%  23
t/PopGen.t                  89    1   1.12%  85
t/psm.t        255 65280    48   35  72.92%  29 32-48
t/tutorial.t                21   15  71.43%  7-21
121 subtests skipped.
Failed 5/232 test scripts, 97.84% okay. 34/11099 subtests failed,  
99.69% okay.

Fixed since earlier today
=========================
Annotation.t
PhysicalMap.t
TaxonTree.t
alignUtilities.t

New since earlier today
=======================
PopGen.t

t/PopGen.....................FAILED test 85
         Failed 1/89 tests, 98.88% okay (less 2 skipped tests: 86  
okay, 96.63%)

Unchanged
=========
DBCUTG.t
LocusLink.t
psm.t
tutorial.t

Remote-server tests were run like before. I forgot to mention last  
time that I skipped the local DB tests and I don't have bioperl-ext  
installed, so several staden-related tests were also skipped.

Dave


My results from earlier today for reference:
> Failed Test        Stat Wstat Total Fail  Failed  List of Failed
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
> --
> -------
> t/Annotation.t                   89    2   2.25%  79 88
> t/DBCUTG.t                       29    5  17.24%  26 30-32
> t/LocusLink.t                    23    1   4.35%  23
> t/PhysicalMap.t                  14    2  14.29%  11-12
> t/TaxonTree.t                    17   30 176.47%  11 18-42
> t/alignUtilities.t                9    1  11.11%  9
> t/psm.t             255 65280    48   35  72.92%  29 32-48
> t/tutorial.t                     21   15  71.43%  7-21
> 114 subtests skipped.
> Failed 8/232 test scripts, 96.55% okay. 18/11057 subtests failed,
> 99.84% okay.



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