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Re: (ITS#8216) Windows 'make test' failures

h.b.furuseth@usit.uio.no wrote:
> On 25/10/15 09:57, hyc@symas.com wrote:
>> mhardin@symas.com wrote:
>>> test0-c-concurrency:           problems reported by slapd-tester
>>    > test039-glue-ldap-concurrency: seems to fail for the same reasons as test008
>> libtool incompatibility; it leaves shell scripts for the actual tester
>> programs in the progs directory, with the real executables under progs/.libs.
>> Windows' spawn can't execute shell scripts. Solution is to manually copy the
>> real executables from .libs before running the test.
>> Simple workaround. Won't fix this.
> Does it work to change tests/scripts/defines.sh:PROGDIR to
> "./progs/.libs"?  If so we just need a test for whether or
> not to do that, in configure.in and/or in defines.sh.

Tried that, it turned out to not be the problem. Windows just wanted the .exe 
suffix on the command names. Fixed now in master.

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