[gdal-dev] GDAL 3.1.0 RC2 available
even.rouault at spatialys.com
Sun May 3 10:09:48 PDT 2020
For my understanding, are the failing tests mentioned by Bas maintained by the rgdal project
I assume they must be run by
and the actual tests are:
there doesn't seem to be much detail about what fails exactly.
and explicit mentions to PROJ and GDAL versions (6.0.0 and 2.4.0), if this .Rout.save file is
compared to the output of tests against newer versions, that would be a likely explanation
for at least a few failures.
The following message in the log is also a bit strange:
Loaded GDAL runtime: GDAL 3.1.0, released 2020/04/28
but rgdal build and GDAL runtime not in sync:
... consider re-installing rgdal!!
I'd assume everything to match perfectly in a Debian build env.
> Further, I don't know whether that is running ASAN, valgrind,
> or other CI variants. My feeling is often that CI is strewn with lots of
> false positives and negatives, and that manual testing (the old way) is
> actually effective.
I'm not sure to understand the message about CI. Some tests may be brittle and need to be
adjusted/removed if needed, but that's considered a good practice to have automated tests.
And running them under ASAN or valgrind is quite useful, I'd say even almost a requirement
when you deal with native code that is very prone to a number of errors.
Anyway, I'll trust your judgment that things seem to be good on the rgdal side.
Spatialys - Geospatial professional services
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