Linux users: please run gui tests
Cecil at decebal.nl
Fri Aug 7 10:23:36 CEST 2015
On Friday 7 Aug 2015 09:53 CEST, Cecil Westerhof wrote:
> On Friday 7 Aug 2015 04:07 CEST, Terry Reedy wrote:
>> Python has an extensive test suite run after each 'batch' of
>> commits on a variety of buildbots. However, the Linux buildbots all
>> (AFAIK) run headless', with gui's disabled. Hence the following
>> test_tk test_ttk_guionly test_idle (and on 3.5, test_tix, but not
>> important) are skipped either in whole or in part.
>> We are planning on adding the use of tkinter.ttk to Idle after the
>> 3.5.0 release, but a couple of other core developers have expressed
>> concern about the reliability of tkinter.ttk on Linux.
>> There is also an unresolved issue where test_ttk hung on Ubuntu
>> Unity 3 years ago. https://bugs.python.org/issue14799
>> I would appreciate it if some people could run the linux version of
>> py -3.4 -m test -ugui test_tk test_ttk_guionly test_idle
>> (or 3.5). I guess this means 'python3 for the executable.
>> and report here python version, linux system, and result.
>> Alteration of environment and locale is a known issue, skip that.
> I made a Bash script:
> python3 --version
> python3 -m test -ugui test_tk test_ttk_guionly test_idle
> This gives:
> Python 3.4.1
> [1/3] test_tk
> [2/3] test_ttk_guionly
> [3/3] test_idle
> All 3 tests OK.
> This was on openSUSE 13.2.
> I also tried to run it on Debian, but there I get:
> No moduke named test.__main__; 'test' is a package and cannot be
> directly executed
I also tried it on an Ubuntu system: there I got the same error. (Not
very strange because it is a Debian derivative.)
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