Failure in library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb


#1

This test fails the second time I run it. I have to then manually delete
the makedirs_test folder that is created. The test tries to do
system(“rmdir makedirs_test/second_dir”), but that fails since “/” is
used. How come its not failing in Snap? What is a platform-independent
way of deleting a folder hierarchy?

c:\vsl\Merlin\External\Languages\IronRuby\mspec\rubyspec\library\ftools>runrspec
-ruby …/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb

c:\vsl\Merlin\External\Languages\IronRuby\mspec\rubyspec\library\ftools>pushd
c:\vsl\Merlin\Main…\External\Languages\IronRuby\mspec

c:\vsl\Merlin\External\Languages\IronRuby\mspec>c:\vsl\Merlin\Main…\External\Languages\Ruby\ruby-1.8.6\bin\ruby.exe
mspec\bin\mspec-run -fd --verbose --config default.mspec
rubyspec/core/…/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb

rubyspec/core/…/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb
Parameter format not correct - “second_dir”.
The directory is not empty.
F

File.makedirs creates the dirs from arg FAILED
Expected true
to equal false

./rubyspec/core/…/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb:14
./rubyspec/core/…/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb:2:in `all?’
./rubyspec/core/…/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb:4
mspec/bin/mspec-run:8

Finished in 0.082000 seconds

1 file, 1 example, 1 expectation, 1 failure, 0 errors

Thanks,
Shri


#2

FileUtils.rm_rf(“target”) is a platform independent way. It is also ok,
because FileUtils is used by MSpec itself. It doesn’t fail in SNAP
because SNAP does a tfpt treeclean -delete between each run.

JD

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Subject: [Ironruby-core] Failure in library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb

This test fails the second time I run it. I have to then manually delete
the makedirs_test folder that is created. The test tries to do
system(“rmdir makedirs_test/second_dir”), but that fails since “/” is
used. How come its not failing in Snap? What is a platform-independent
way of deleting a folder hierarchy?

c:\vsl\Merlin\External\Languages\IronRuby\mspec\rubyspec\library\ftools>runrspec
-ruby …/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb

c:\vsl\Merlin\External\Languages\IronRuby\mspec\rubyspec\library\ftools>pushd
c:\vsl\Merlin\Main…\External\Languages\IronRuby\mspec

c:\vsl\Merlin\External\Languages\IronRuby\mspec>c:\vsl\Merlin\Main…\External\Languages\Ruby\ruby-1.8.6\bin\ruby.exe
mspec\bin\mspec-run -fd --verbose --config default.mspec
rubyspec/core/…/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb

rubyspec/core/…/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb
Parameter format not correct - “second_dir”.
The directory is not empty.
F

File.makedirs creates the dirs from arg FAILED
Expected true
to equal false

./rubyspec/core/…/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb:14
./rubyspec/core/…/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb:2:in `all?’
./rubyspec/core/…/library/ftools/makedirs_spec.rb:4
mspec/bin/mspec-run:8

Finished in 0.082000 seconds

1 file, 1 example, 1 expectation, 1 failure, 0 errors

Thanks,
Shri