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From: Joey Hess <[email protected]>
To: David Coppit <[email protected]>
Cc: [email protected], Kurt Roeckx <[email protected]>
Subject: Re: Bug#302703: grepmail: FTBFS on amd64: Failed test (t/date_manip.t
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David: investigating a test suite failure, see
http://bugs.debian.org/302703 for full details.
Kurt Roeckx wrote:
> > - First, try to build the package and wait for it to fail, this will set
> > up things so the test suite works.
> > - Full output of t/date_manip.t run from the top-level of the same grep=
> > source tree.
> Checking Date::Manip::Date_TimeZone()
> ok 1
> Running test:
> grepmail -d "1st Tuesday in July 1998" . t/mailboxes/mailarc-1.txt
> not ok 2 - t/results/sep_7_1998 compared to t/temp/date_manip_sep_7_1998.=
> # Failed test (t/date_manip.t at line 128)
> # Structures begin differing at:
> # $got-> =3D 'From [email protected] Tue Jul 7 20:33:03 1998
> # '
> # $expected-> =3D Does not exist
> > - What timezone it's in.
> $ cat /etc/timezone
> Which currently is UTC+2 (since last weekend, 27 Mar).
> My i386 chroot had UTC in it instead. When I changed it
> to Europe/Brussels it showed the same problem. Setting TZ
> to UTC made it build.
I think that the problem is that grepmail is doing the right thing but
the changed timezone affects what is matched since it assumes you're
asking for a match relative to local time. FWIW, it builds ok with
TZ=3DHST and TZ=3DEST too. I will work around this in the Debian package
build by setting the timezone to UTC.
see shy jo
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