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test-vc-list-files-cvs.sh failure on OS X 10.6.3

From: Gary V. Vaughan
Subject: test-vc-list-files-cvs.sh failure on OS X 10.6.3
Date: Fri, 28 May 2010 12:30:10 +0700

While checking for regressions in very old m4 patches I hadn't gotten round to 
submitting, I notice that the HEAD revision of both branch-1.4 and branch-1.6 
fail this test:

; cd Devo/m4--release--1.4
; git pull &&
  ./bootstrap &&
  mkdir +build &&
  cd +build &&
  ../configure &&
  make all check
PASS: test-vc-list-files-git.sh
FAIL: test-vc-list-files-cvs.sh
PASS: test-version-etc.sh
PASS: test-wchar
PASS: test-wcrtomb.sh
PASS: test-wctype
PASS: test-xalloc-die.sh
PASS: test-xmemdup0
PASS: test-xvasprintf
1 of 115 tests failed
See tests/test-suite.log
Please report to address@hidden
; cat tests/test-suite.log 
   GNU M4 tests/test-suite.log   

1 of 102 tests failed.  (1 test was not run).  

.. contents:: :depth: 2

SKIP: test-c-stack2.sh (exit: 77)

cannot tell stack overflow from crash; consider installing libsigsegv

FAIL: test-vc-list-files-cvs.sh (exit: 1)

find: illegal option -- -
ind: illegal option -- -
ind: illegal option -- t
ind: illegal option -- y
ind: illegal option -- p
ind: illegal option -- e
ind: illegal option -- =
ind: illegal option -- A
ind: illegal option -- F
ind: illegal option -- G
ind: illegal option -- M
find: ind: No such file or directory
--- expected    2010-05-28 11:36:21.000000000 +0700
+++ actual      2010-05-28 11:36:21.000000000 +0700
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
+? actual
+? expected

Obviously, the test is assuming GNU find (which is called gfind on my
machine, but it doesn't come with Mac OS, which ships only BSD find),
but with a cursory look around I couldn't see where the failing find
was invoked.

With gfind in my PATH, I also tried rerunning the testsuite with:

; FIND=gfind make check

...but I get the same failure.

Gary V. Vaughan (address@hidden)

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