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-last updated: 12/27/07
-Other Known (acceptable) Failures:
-----------------------------------
-
-linux:
-
-3091
-1901
-1886
-1142
-1052 (compiled)
-
-mingw (in addition to above):
-
-1158
-1152 **
-1135 **
-1125
-1118
-0892
-
-(** means it fails for unknown reasons)
-
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-
-In a perfect world, none of these tests would fail. However, there
-are currently several failures that we're tolerating, in the hopes
-that the situation will be resolved at some time in the future. So
-this list doesn't mean that these tests are meant to fail, just that
-you should probably expect them to.
-
-
-1886 and 1901 because of recursive var_dump incompatibility
-
-there is an incompatibility between our var_dump and php's on
-recursive data.
-
-I've filed two bugs about different problems in php's var_dump(),
-which some yutz collapsed into one bug -- #29390.
-
-
-1052 fails compiled, but not interpreted.
-
-We compile in the "project relative pathname" instead of the absolute
-pathname, so that include() is easier.
-
-
-1142 fails because php's strrchr seems not to be binary safe
-
-
-3091 behaves differently in older versions of php. In older versions
-of PHP, (int)$fp is 1, in newer versions it's 0, it seems.
-
-
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-
-mingw:
-
-1158 fails because of our gettimeofday implementation. seems like we're
- loosing resolution on microseconds, so the uniqid function (which
- uses the time to generate the id) is coming up with the same value
- twice, because the microseconds aren't changing quick enough.
-
-1152 i can't figure out why it says it fails. diff thinks it's binary
- output, so there must be a hidden high character because the output
- looks visually identical
-
-1135 php: "1 1.1000e+0" us: "1 1.1000e+00", which is right?
-
-1125 float accuracy
-
-1118 we don't support ftruncate on mingw. should we?
-
-0892 no posix on mingw
+This information has been moved to the wiki:
+http://code.roadsend.com/pcc/wiki/TestSuiteKnownFailures

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