[Twisted-Python] Twisted 1.0.4 - admin/runtests failures?

Jp Calderone exarkun at intarweb.us
Wed Apr 23 18:09:30 EDT 2003

On Wed, Apr 23, 2003 at 05:30:00PM -0400, Francois Pinard wrote:
> Hello, Twisted people.
> Out of the box (yet I already did `python setup.py install --prefix=/usr,
> as `root'), `admin/runtests' yields a few errors, as shown below.
> Should these be expected?  Reported?  This is over a SuSE 8.1 Linux.
> `pycrypto' 1.9a6 is installed.

  Thanks for the report.

> [snip - stuff I don't have thoughts on]
> ===============================================================================
> FAILURE: testStderr (twisted.test.test_process.PosixProcessTestCase)
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>    File "/var/tmp/Twisted-1.0.4/twisted/test/test_process.py", line 386, in testStderr
>     self.assertEquals(lsOut, p.errF.getvalue())
>  FailTest: '/bin/ls: ZZXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX: Aucun fichier ou r\xe9pertoire de ce type\n' != '/bin/ls: ZZXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX: No such file or directory\n'

  Woops.  This is a localization problem.  Maybe it should be an expected
skip for certain values of LC_LANG?  Or maybe we should just not use ls.

> ===============================================================================
> ERROR: testMulticast (twisted.test.test_udp.MulticastTestCase)
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>    File "/var/tmp/Twisted-1.0.4/twisted/trial/unittest.py", line 188, in runOneTest
>     method(testCase)
>    File "/var/tmp/Twisted-1.0.4/twisted/test/test_udp.py", line 186, in testMulticast
>     self.assertEquals(self.server.packets[0][0], "hello world")
>  IndexError: list index out of range
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  Multicast is known to be broken in a few situations.  Can you describe
your network setup.  In particular, do you have a firewall configured, or is
the machine performing NAT?


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