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fetcher.t displays misleading messages #4

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tadzik opened this Issue April 10, 2011 · 3 comments

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Tadeusz Sośnierz Pawel Pabian
Tadeusz Sośnierz
Owner
t/panda/ecosystem.t .. ok     
t/panda/fetcher.t .... fatal: failed to open '/home/tadzik/src/Pies/t//objects': No such file or directory
t/panda/fetcher.t .... ok   

The above output is completely successful, yet the output is a bit misleading and worrying. It would be nice if we could silence this, or at least display a message that it's ok.

Pawel Pabian

Looks like related issue
(directory in message is different)

OS X 10.7, 2011.07 star release

Panda works despite this error

CONSOLE

bbkr:panda bbkr$ sh bootstrap.sh
==> Installing panda from a local directory '.'
==> Fetching panda
==> Building panda
==> Testing panda
t/panda/builder.t .... ok

t/panda/ecosystem.t .. ok

t/panda/fetcher.t .... fatal: failed to open '/Users/bbkr/.panda/src/panda/t//objects': No such file or directory
t/panda/fetcher.t .... ok

t/panda/installer.t .. ok

t/panda/tester.t ..... ok

t/stubs.t ............ ok

All tests successful.
Files=6, Tests=45, 23 wallclock secs ( 0.04 usr 0.03 sys + 21.22 cusr 1.68 csys = 22.97 CPU)
Result: PASS

Tadeusz Sośnierz
Owner

Yeah, that's exactly the same thing. fetcher.t tries to clone a local, non-existent repo to check how will it behave on failure. Git cries aloud, and it's error message (totally expected) leaks through the TAP output. Maybe it needs a cross-platform > /dev/null somewhere.

Tadeusz Sośnierz
Owner

This seems to be gone now.

Tadeusz Sośnierz tadzik closed this February 24, 2013
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