On Sun, Sep 27, 2020 at 11:56:35AM +0200, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
Thanks for your report and continued efforts!
I recently released PGObject::Util::DBAdmin-1.1.0; please port that instead
of 1.0.3: LedgerSMB 1.9 will depend on it.
As for testing on FreeBSD not working out of the box: I don't understand
the issue, because it was successfully tested on CPANTESTERS on 191
testers, including FreeBSD testers:
Regarding the 02dbexceptions.t test succeeding with and without a password:
I'm expecting that to be a local setup issue. Many PostgreSQL setups don't
require a password for the "postgres" user when connecting from the
'postgres' system account.
Thanks, I will port that instead.
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> On Thu, Aug 27, 2020 at 8:13 PM Chris Bennett <chris(a)bennettconstruction.us>
> > Hi,
> > I'm testing with PostgreSQL, but it does not pass as-is.
> > t/var directory is missing. If I manually create it, it works.
> > Second, the password for user postgres is missing in 01.1-dbtests.t
> > on line 19 where it is set as undef.
> > the same within 01.2-backup_globals.t on line 21.
> > If I create var and put in the password for postgres (default user in
> > OpenBSD), then everything passes.
> > The two requests for a password from 02-dbexceptions.t work with or
> > without a real password. That would mean needing to run the testing
> > interactively, also. That is OK, but I would prefer to put that in to
> > make everything happen non-interactively. I can dig into the code to
> > fidure out where to add this to the tests.
> > Is this an existing problem that needs to be patched? Either at my end
> > or in LedgerSMB?
> > OpenBSD always runs tests within an infrastructure and never directly
> > with the perl testing.
> > I'll submit this to ports, but I still need to deal with doing this the
> > best way first.
> > Thanks,
> > Chris Bennett
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