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RC1 Candidate

Rik-4
The first release candidate for Octave version 5.1 is available at
ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/octave/.

I've tried it on my vanilla Linux system (./configure, make) and building
is just fine.  Running 'make check' passes with no failed tests.

Please download and experiment on other systems.

--Rik

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Re: RC1 Candidate

Anadi Kashyap
On Sat, Jan 26, 2019 at 8:56 PM Rik <[hidden email]> wrote:
The first release candidate for Octave version 5.1 is available at
ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/octave/.

I've tried it on my vanilla Linux system (./configure, make) and building
is just fine.  Running 'make check' passes with no failed tests.

Please download and experiment on other systems.

--Rik
I did the same on my macOS Mojave 10.14, built with no errors and make check gave this:

>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/leftdiv.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/line-continue.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/logical-index.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/null-assign.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/parser.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/prefer.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/range.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/recursion.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/return.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/single-index.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/slice.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/struct.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/switch.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/system.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/transpose.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/try.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/unwind.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/while.tst 

I guess that means no errors? 
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Re: RC1 Candidate

tmacchant
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> From: Rik 
> To: Octave-Maintainers 
> Cc:
> Date: 2019/1/27, Sun 00:25
> Subject: RC1 Candidate
>
>T he first release candidate for Octave version 5.1 is available at
> ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/octave/.
>
> I've tried it on my vanilla Linux system (./configure, make) and building
> is just fine.  Running 'make check' passes with no failed tests.
>
> Please download and experiment on other systems.
>
> --Rik



Tested on Ubuntu 16.04.5

Summary:

  PASS                            15516
  FAIL                                2
  XFAIL (reported bug)               23
  SKIP (missing feature)             37
  SKIP (run-time condition)          12

  image/getframe.m ............................................... PASS    0/2  
                                                                   FAIL    2
>>>>> processing /home/mousei7/work/octave/octave-5.0.90/octave-5.0.90/scripts/image/getframe.m
***** testif HAVE_QT_OFFSCREEN; have_window_system ()
 hf = figure ("visible", "off");
 unwind_protect
   pos = get (hf, "position");
   assert (size (getframe (hf).cdata)(1:2), pos(4:-1:3));
 unwind_protect_cleanup
   close (hf);
 end_unwind_protect
!!!!! test failed
ASSERT errors for:  assert (size (getframe (hf).cdata) (1:2),pos (4:-1:3))

  Location  |  Observed  |  Expected  |  Reason
    (1)           0           420        Abs err 420 exceeds tol 0 by 4e+02
    (2)           0           560        Abs err 560 exceeds tol 0 by 6e+02
***** testif HAVE_QT_OFFSCREEN; have_window_system ()
 hf = figure ("visible", "off");
 unwind_protect
   hax = axes ("visible", "off", "position", [0 0 1 1]);
   verts = [0 0; .5 0; 1 0; ...
            0 .5; .5 .5; 1 .5; ...
            0 1; .5 1; 1 1];
   faces = [1 2 5 4; 2 3 6 5; 4 5 8 7; 5 6 9 8];
   fvc = [1 0 0; 0 1 0; 0 0 1; 1 0 1];
   patch ("vertices", verts, "faces", faces, "facevertexcdata", fvc, ...
          "facecolor", "flat");

   kk = 1;
   pos = get (hf, "position");

   for jj = [0.05 0.55]
     for ii = [0.05 0.55]
       rect = [ii jj .4 .4].*[pos(3:4) pos(3:4)];
       frame = getframe (hax, rect).cdata;
       assert (frame(:,:,1) == fvc(kk,1)*255);
       assert (frame(:,:,2) == fvc(kk,2)*255);
       assert (frame(:,:,3) == fvc(kk,3)*255);
       kk++;
     endfor
   endfor
 unwind_protect_cleanup
   close (hf);
 end_unwind_protect
!!!!! test failed
assert (frame (:, :, 1) == fvc (kk, 1) * 255) failed


Tatsuro

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Re: RC1 Candidate

Dmitri A. Sergatskov
On Sat, Jan 26, 2019 at 5:39 PM Tatsuro MATSUOKA <[hidden email]> wrote:

  PASS                            15516
  FAIL                                2
  XFAIL (reported bug)               23
  SKIP (missing feature)             37
  SKIP (run-time condition)          12

  image/getframe.m ............................................... PASS    0/2  
                                                                   FAIL    2

Tatsuro,

I suspect you run it remotely (through ssh) and those are due to the problems you
are having with X11 forwarding. You may try to re-run it with virtual frame-buffer:

xvfb-run -a -s '-screen 0 640x480x24' ./run-octave -q -f
octave:1> plot(1:10)
(no actual plot is produced)
octave:2> test image/getframe
PASSES 2 out of 2 tests

Sincerely,

Dmitri.
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Re: RC1 Candidate

apjanke-floss
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On 1/26/19 10:25 AM, Rik wrote:

> The first release candidate for Octave version 5.1 is available at
> ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/octave/.
>
> I've tried it on my vanilla Linux system (./configure, make) and building
> is just fine.  Running 'make check' passes with no failed tests.
>
> Please download and experiment on other systems.
>
> --Rik
>

If anyone wants to test it on macOS, I've added the 5.1 RC1 release as
the devel release for the octave-octave-app Homebrew formula.
https://github.com/octave-app/homebrew-octave-app-bases/blob/15b361e82d027d145183d645e50af03db35dc662/Formula/octave-octave-app.rb

To use it:

brew tap octave-app/octave-app-bases
brew install --devel octave-octave-app
/usr/local/opt/octave-octave-app/bin/octave

My test suite results on macOS 10.13.6:

Summary:

   PASS                            15462
   FAIL                                4
   XFAIL (reported bug)               43
   SKIP (missing feature)             48
   SKIP (run-time condition)          29

   Failed tests:
      general/logspace.m
      miscellaneous/tar.m
      sparse/eigs.m

These are all known issues:
   logspace - https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/index.php?55538
   tar - https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/index.php?53695
   eigs - https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/index.php?55534


Cheers,
Andrew

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Re: RC1 Candidate

Torsten-3
In reply to this post by Rik-4
On 26.01.19 16:25, Rik wrote:

> The first release candidate for Octave version 5.1 is available at
> ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/octave/.
>
> I've tried it on my vanilla Linux system (./configure, make) and building
> is just fine.  Running 'make check' passes with no failed tests.
>
> Please download and experiment on other systems.
>
> --Rik
>

Built and tested on Debian 9 with Gnome:

  PASS                            15431
  FAIL                                0
  XFAIL (reported bug)               23
  SKIP (missing feature)            124
  SKIP (run-time condition)          12

Torsten


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Re: RC1 Candidate

Anadi Kashyap

On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 4:47 PM Torsten <[hidden email]> wrote:

Built and tested on Debian 9 with Gnome:

  PASS                            15431
  FAIL                                0
  XFAIL (reported bug)               23
  SKIP (missing feature)            124
  SKIP (run-time condition)          12

Torsten
I've been trying to find the kind of summary like above after running make check, but I couldn't. Could anyone please help me with this?  
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Re: RC1 Candidate

Torsten-3
On 27.01.19 13:26, Anadi Kashyap wrote:

>
> On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 4:47 PM Torsten <[hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
>
>     Built and tested on Debian 9 with Gnome:
>
>       PASS                            15431
>       FAIL                                0
>       XFAIL (reported bug)               23
>       SKIP (missing feature)            124
>       SKIP (run-time condition)          12
>
>     Torsten
>
> I've been trying to find the kind of summary like above after running
> make check, but I couldn't. Could anyone please help me with this?  

It should be printed to stdout at the end of all tests.

Torsten


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Re: RC1 Candidate

Anadi Kashyap


On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 5:59 PM Torsten <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 27.01.19 13:26, Anadi Kashyap wrote:
>
> On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 4:47 PM Torsten <[hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
>
>     Built and tested on Debian 9 with Gnome:
>
>       PASS                            15431
>       FAIL                                0
>       XFAIL (reported bug)               23
>       SKIP (missing feature)            124
>       SKIP (run-time condition)          12
>
>     Torsten
>
> I've been trying to find the kind of summary like above after running
> make check, but I couldn't. Could anyone please help me with this?  

It should be printed to stdout at the end of all tests.

Torsten

Oh. Mine doesn't do that.

----- skipped test (missing feature)

>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/leftdiv.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/line-continue.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/logical-index.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/null-assign.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/parser.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/prefer.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/range.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/recursion.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/return.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/single-index.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/slice.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/struct.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/switch.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/system.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/transpose.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/try.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/unwind.tst
>>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/while.tst 

That's all. Sorry, I'm new to this. Any help is appreciated.
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Re: RC1 Candidate

mmuetzel
Am 27. Januar 2019 um 14:13 Uhr schrieb "Anadi Kashyap":

> On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 5:59 PM Torsten <[hidden email][mailto:[hidden email]]> wrote:On 27.01.19 13:26, Anadi Kashyap wrote:
> >
> > It should be printed to stdout at the end of all tests.
> >
> > Torsten
>  
> Oh. Mine doesn't do that.
>  
> ----- skipped test (missing feature)
>  
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/leftdiv.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/line-continue.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/logical-index.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/null-assign.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/parser.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/prefer.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/range.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/recursion.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/return.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/single-index.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/slice.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/struct.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/switch.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/system.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/transpose.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/try.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/unwind.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/while.tst 
>  
> That's all. Sorry, I'm new to this. Any help is appreciated.

What you have pasted looks like the content of fntests.log.
Do you see any output in the terminal (or whatever that is called on Mac) while running "make check"? It should be looking similarly to this:

--snip--
  struct.tst ..................................................... PASS   47/47  
  switch.tst ..................................................... PASS    8/8  
  system.tst ..................................................... PASS  103/103
  transpose.tst .................................................. PASS   16/16  
  try.tst ........................................................ PASS   18/18  
  unwind.tst ..................................................... PASS    2/2  
  while.tst ...................................................... PASS    6/6  

Summary:

  PASS                            15430
  FAIL                                0
  XFAIL (reported bug)               24
  SKIP (missing feature)            124
  SKIP (run-time condition)          12

--snip--

Markus

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Re: RC1 Candidate

Anadi Kashyap

On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 7:28 PM "Markus Mützel" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Am 27. Januar 2019 um 14:13 Uhr schrieb "Anadi Kashyap":
> On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 5:59 PM Torsten <[hidden email][mailto:[hidden email]]> wrote:On 27.01.19 13:26, Anadi Kashyap wrote:
> >
> > It should be printed to stdout at the end of all tests.
> >
> > Torsten
>  
> Oh. Mine doesn't do that.
>  
> ----- skipped test (missing feature)
>  
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/leftdiv.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/line-continue.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/logical-index.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/null-assign.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/parser.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/prefer.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/range.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/recursion.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/return.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/single-index.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/slice.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/struct.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/switch.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/system.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/transpose.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/try.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/unwind.tst
> >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/while.tst 
>  
> That's all. Sorry, I'm new to this. Any help is appreciated.

What you have pasted looks like the content of fntests.log.
Do you see any output in the terminal (or whatever that is called on Mac) while running "make check"? It should be looking similarly to this:

--snip--
  struct.tst ..................................................... PASS   47/47 
  switch.tst ..................................................... PASS    8/8   
  system.tst ..................................................... PASS  103/103
  transpose.tst .................................................. PASS   16/16 
  try.tst ........................................................ PASS   18/18 
  unwind.tst ..................................................... PASS    2/2   
  while.tst ...................................................... PASS    6/6   

Summary:

  PASS                            15430
  FAIL                                0
  XFAIL (reported bug)               24
  SKIP (missing feature)            124
  SKIP (run-time condition)          12

--snip--

Markus
What I pasted was actually the last bit of the output on my terminal. 

If it's of any help, I get "Unknown command `codequoteundirected'." a lot during the make check. I have the latest texinfo according to brew... A known bug simply tells me to ignore it though. 
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Re: RC1 Candidate

mmuetzel
In reply to this post by Rik-4
Am 26. Januar 2019 um 16:25 Uhr schrieb "Rik":
> The first release candidate for Octave version 5.1 is available at
> ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/octave/.
>
> I've tried it on my vanilla Linux system (./configure, make) and building
> is just fine.  Running 'make check' passes with no failed tests.
>
> Please download and experiment on other systems.

Will there be official Windows installers for the release candidate?

Markus

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Re: RC1 Candidate

mmuetzel
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Am 27. Januar 2019 um 15:08 Uhr schrieb "Anadi Kashyap":
> What I pasted was actually the last bit of the output on my terminal. 

What do you see while "make check" is running? Does it look more like the snippet I sent before?
Can you scroll up through the complete test report (some 80,000 lines for me) and find what you are looking for?

Markus

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Re: RC1 Candidate

Anadi Kashyap


On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 7:50 PM "Markus Mützel" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Am 27. Januar 2019 um 15:08 Uhr schrieb "Anadi Kashyap":
> What I pasted was actually the last bit of the output on my terminal. 

What do you see while "make check" is running? Does it look more like the snippet I sent before?
Can you scroll up through the complete test report (some 80,000 lines for me) and find what you are looking for?

Markus
Okay so I had to check the unlimited lines thingy for zsh, previously it was set to 1,000. I scrolled up and FINALLY found this.

/var/tmp/octave-help-PiaJW8:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-Pc7yhd:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-rNy7zy:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-4i77cQ:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-dLcyFR:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-AqhgK7:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
 PASS  103/103
  transpose.tst .................................................. PASS   16/16
  try.tst ........................................................ PASS   18/18
  unwind.tst ..................................................... PASS    2/2
  while.tst ...................................................... PASS    6/6

Summary:

  PASS                            15462
  FAIL                                6
  REGRESSION                          1
  XFAIL (reported bug)               44
  SKIP (missing feature)             37
  SKIP (run-time condition)          40

See the file /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/.build/test/fntests.log for additional details.

XFAIL items are known bugs or expected failures.
Bug report numbers may be found in the log file:
/Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/.build/test/fntests.log
Please help improve Octave by contributing fixes for them.

Tests are often skipped because required features were
disabled or were not present when Octave was built.
The configure script should have printed a summary
indicating which dependencies were not found.

163 (of 837) .m files have no tests.

Please help improve Octave by contributing tests for these files
(see the list in the file /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/.build/test/fntests.log).


Contents of test/fntests.log:

# >>>>>  new test file
# ?????  no tests in file
# !!!!!  test had an unexpected result
# -----  test was skipped
# *****  code for the test

# Search for the unexpected results in the file
# then page back to find the filename which caused it.
# The result may be an unexpected failure (in which
# case an error will be reported) or an unexpected
# success (in which case no error will be reported).

So the "Contents of test/fntests.log: " was the reason I had to scroll so high up. 

Anyways, the summary is as follows for my macOS Mojave 10.14:

Summary:

  PASS                            15462
  FAIL                                6
  REGRESSION                          1
  XFAIL (reported bug)               44
  SKIP (missing feature)             37
  SKIP (run-time condition)          40
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Re: RC1 Candidate

mmuetzel
Am 27. Januar 2019 um 15:43 Uhr schrieb "Anadi Kashyap"
> So the "Contents of test/fntests.log: " was the reason I had to scroll so high up. 
I don't know why "make check" would echo fntests.log to the standard output. It doesn't do that for me when I run make check for builds from the stable or default branch on Ubuntu. But the buildbots do the same (where it is actually useful). So there might be some build system option that turns that on or off.
Maybe someone who better knows the build system can shed some light on this.


> Anyways, the summary is as follows for my macOS Mojave 10.14:

>
> Summary:

>   PASS                            15462
>   FAIL                                6
>   REGRESSION                          1
>   XFAIL (reported bug)               44
>   SKIP (missing feature)             37
>   SKIP (run-time condition)          40

So you are seeing 6 fails and 1 regression compared to the 4 (known) fails Andrew reported for Homebrew.
Could you please attach the full fntests.log with the test results?

Markus

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Re: RC1 Candidate

Anadi Kashyap

On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 8:45 PM "Markus Mützel" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Am 27. Januar 2019 um 15:43 Uhr schrieb "Anadi Kashyap"
> So the "Contents of test/fntests.log: " was the reason I had to scroll so high up. 
I don't know why "make check" would echo fntests.log to the standard output. It doesn't do that for me when I run make check for builds from the stable or default branch on Ubuntu. But the buildbots do the same (where it is actually useful). So there might be some build system option that turns that on or off.
Maybe someone who better knows the build system can shed some light on this.


> Anyways, the summary is as follows for my macOS Mojave 10.14:

>
> Summary:

>   PASS                            15462
>   FAIL                                6
>   REGRESSION                          1
>   XFAIL (reported bug)               44
>   SKIP (missing feature)             37
>   SKIP (run-time condition)          40

So you are seeing 6 fails and 1 regression compared to the 4 (known) fails Andrew reported for Homebrew.
Could you please attach the full fntests.log with the test results?

Markus
I'll try giving the relevant parts:

" libinterp/corefcn/error.cc-tst ................................./var/tmp/octave-help-S7SOcl:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
 PASS    2/3                                           REGRESSION   1"

"  general/logspace.m ............................................./var/tmp/octave-help-7IBpXu:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-xWOUpc:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
 PASS   14/16       FAIL    2"

"help/__unimplemented__.m ......................................./var/tmp/octave-help-dqvDo6:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
 PASS    0/1 .        FAIL    1"

"  help/get_first_help_sentence.m ................................./var/tmp/octave-help-zzeeYp:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-nYR9oM:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-ghDrax:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-q7vktN:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
 PASS    6/8                                      FAIL    2
  help/help.m ..................................................../var/tmp/octave-help-OW0jcz:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'."


"  miscellaneous/tar.m ............................................a dir2
a dir2/file2
a file1
/var/tmp/octave-help-73m0VR:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-9PUGX9:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
/var/tmp/octave-help-SEsiQA:114: Unknown command `codequoteundirected'.
 PASS    5/6                                       FAIL    1"
 

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Re: RC1 Candidate

apjanke-floss
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On 1/27/19 9:08 AM, Anadi Kashyap wrote:

>
> On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 7:28 PM "Markus Mützel" <[hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
>     Am 27. Januar 2019 um 14:13 Uhr schrieb "Anadi Kashyap":
>      > On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 5:59 PM Torsten <[hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]>[mailto:[hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]>]> wrote:On 27.01.19 13:26, Anadi Kashyap
>     wrote:
>      > >
>      > > It should be printed to stdout at the end of all tests.
>      > >
>      > > Torsten
>      >
>      > Oh. Mine doesn't do that.
>      >
>      > ----- skipped test (missing feature)
>      >
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/leftdiv.tst
>      > >>>>> processing
>     /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/line-continue.tst
>      > >>>>> processing
>     /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/logical-index.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/null-assign.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/parser.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/prefer.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/range.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/recursion.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/return.tst
>      > >>>>> processing
>     /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/single-index.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/slice.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/struct.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/switch.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/system.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/transpose.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/try.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/unwind.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/while.tst
>      >
>      > That's all. Sorry, I'm new to this. Any help is appreciated.
>
>     What you have pasted looks like the content of fntests.log.
>     Do you see any output in the terminal (or whatever that is called on
>     Mac) while running "make check"? It should be looking similarly to this:
>
>     --snip--
>        struct.tst .....................................................
>     PASS   47/47
>        switch.tst .....................................................
>     PASS    8/8
>        system.tst .....................................................
>     PASS  103/103
>        transpose.tst ..................................................
>     PASS   16/16
>        try.tst ........................................................
>     PASS   18/18
>        unwind.tst .....................................................
>     PASS    2/2
>        while.tst ......................................................
>     PASS    6/6
>
>     Summary:
>
>        PASS                            15430
>        FAIL                                0
>        XFAIL (reported bug)               24
>        SKIP (missing feature)            124
>        SKIP (run-time condition)          12
>
>     --snip--
>
>     Markus
>
> What I pasted was actually the last bit of the output on my terminal.
>
> If it's of any help, I get "Unknown command `codequoteundirected'." a
> lot during the make check. I have the latest texinfo according to
> brew... A known bug simply tells me to ignore it though.

That "codequoteundirected" stuff is because octave is running against a
too-old version of Texinfo. Even though you have a new-enough Texinfo
installed via Homebrew, that version is not on the $PATH by default,
because Homebrew's policy is to avoid shadowing system-provided
packages. So octave doesn't see it.

To make Octave use the newer Texinfo, either add it to your path before
running octave, like this:

PATH="$(brew --prefix texinfo)/bin:$PATH"
octave

Or modify your octave install to use it all the time by adding this to
the /usr/local/share/octave/site/m/startup/octaverc file for your octave
installation (replace /usr/local with wherever you actually installed
octave):

makeinfo_program ("/usr/local/opt/texinfo/bin/makeinfo");

(There, replace "/usr/local/opt/texinfo" with whatever your "brew
--prefix texinfo" actually is.)

Cheers,
Andrew


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Re: RC1 Candidate

Anadi Kashyap


On Sun, Jan 27, 2019, 22:30 Andrew Janke <[hidden email] wrote:


On 1/27/19 9:08 AM, Anadi Kashyap wrote:
>
> On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 7:28 PM "Markus Mützel" <[hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
>     Am 27. Januar 2019 um 14:13 Uhr schrieb "Anadi Kashyap":
>      > On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 5:59 PM Torsten <[hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]>[mailto:[hidden email]
>     <mailto:[hidden email]>]> wrote:On 27.01.19 13:26, Anadi Kashyap
>     wrote:
>      > >
>      > > It should be printed to stdout at the end of all tests.
>      > >
>      > > Torsten
>      >
>      > Oh. Mine doesn't do that.
>      >
>      > ----- skipped test (missing feature)
>      >
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/leftdiv.tst
>      > >>>>> processing
>     /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/line-continue.tst
>      > >>>>> processing
>     /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/logical-index.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/null-assign.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/parser.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/prefer.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/range.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/recursion.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/return.tst
>      > >>>>> processing
>     /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/single-index.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/slice.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/struct.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/switch.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/system.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/transpose.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/try.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/unwind.tst
>      > >>>>> processing /Users/katokateki/octave-5.0.90/test/while.tst
>      >
>      > That's all. Sorry, I'm new to this. Any help is appreciated.
>
>     What you have pasted looks like the content of fntests.log.
>     Do you see any output in the terminal (or whatever that is called on
>     Mac) while running "make check"? It should be looking similarly to this:
>
>     --snip--
>        struct.tst .....................................................
>     PASS   47/47
>        switch.tst .....................................................
>     PASS    8/8
>        system.tst .....................................................
>     PASS  103/103
>        transpose.tst ..................................................
>     PASS   16/16
>        try.tst ........................................................
>     PASS   18/18
>        unwind.tst .....................................................
>     PASS    2/2
>        while.tst ......................................................
>     PASS    6/6
>
>     Summary:
>
>        PASS                            15430
>        FAIL                                0
>        XFAIL (reported bug)               24
>        SKIP (missing feature)            124
>        SKIP (run-time condition)          12
>
>     --snip--
>
>     Markus
>
> What I pasted was actually the last bit of the output on my terminal.
>
> If it's of any help, I get "Unknown command `codequoteundirected'." a
> lot during the make check. I have the latest texinfo according to
> brew... A known bug simply tells me to ignore it though.

That "codequoteundirected" stuff is because octave is running against a
too-old version of Texinfo. Even though you have a new-enough Texinfo
installed via Homebrew, that version is not on the $PATH by default,
because Homebrew's policy is to avoid shadowing system-provided
packages. So octave doesn't see it.

To make Octave use the newer Texinfo, either add it to your path before
running octave, like this:

PATH="$(brew --prefix texinfo)/bin:$PATH"
octave

Or modify your octave install to use it all the time by adding this to
the /usr/local/share/octave/site/m/startup/octaverc file for your octave
installation (replace /usr/local with wherever you actually installed
octave):

makeinfo_program ("/usr/local/opt/texinfo/bin/makeinfo");

(There, replace "/usr/local/opt/texinfo" with whatever your "brew
--prefix texinfo" actually is.)

Cheers,
Andrew

Thanks, I'll do that.
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Re: RC1 Candidate

mmuetzel
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Am 27. Januar 2019 um 17:17 Uhr schrieb  "Anadi Kashyap":
> I'll try giving the relevant parts:

The file you attached is empty. Maybe it'll work if you compress the file before attaching?

Markus

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Re: RC1 Candidate

Anadi Kashyap


On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 11:04 PM "Markus Mützel" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Am 27. Januar 2019 um 17:17 Uhr schrieb  "Anadi Kashyap":
> I'll try giving the relevant parts:

The file you attached is empty. Maybe it'll work if you compress the file before attaching?

Markus
Oh shoot! Sorry my internet is really slow as I'm out of station right now. Took me half an hour after 3 retry's to upload last one welp.

I'll reattach it to this email. Hope it's not empty this time heh

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