When I committed Alex Shulgin's patch to add URI support to libpq, I
included the test harness as well. However, due to it being in a
separate subdirectory that did not previously had tests, it's not being
run by buildfarm.
It's not considered in "make installcheck-world" either.
What's the preferred way to make it automatically tested as much as
possible? I know the buildfarm does not run "installcheck-world", so if
we want it there, it'd need a bit more code on the client side. I think
it would be wise to have it also run on installcheck-world.
Hmm. Just had this thought: not all platform support the same socket
types. Maybe we should have separated the .in file in three parts:
IPv4, IPv6, unix-domain socket. That way each platform would only run
tests that pertain to it. Right now there's a single "regress.in" file
that lists all the tests.
Álvaro Herrera <alvherre(at)alvh(dot)no-ip(dot)org>
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