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2013-10-26fix flags printing testsDenis Ovsienko
The test cases included the timestamp (due to missing -t) and failed unless run in the same timezone as produced. The failures printed by print-flags.sh did not make it into the final report because the script always returned 0. Strip the timestamps and replace print-flags.sh with some contents in TESTLIST.
2009-11-16PropagateGuy Harris
commit 0a029bab087e2b66ba35aa144f8993cb26056f5d Author: Michael Richardson <mcr@sandelman.ottawa.on.ca> Date: Sat Nov 14 20:51:44 2009 -0500 updated print-flags test case to have new TCP flags to print-capXX.out, prior to removing print-XX.out (again - see previous commits; it collides with print-xx.out on systems with case-insensitive file systems).
2007-10-16Propagate this change:guy
revision 1.5 date: 2007-08-29 12:04:17 +0000; author: mcr; state: Exp; lines: +7 -91 test cases and output for IKEv2 and -X options. from print-X.out, prior to removal of print-X.out (having both print-x.out and print-X.out doesn't work on OSes with case-insensitive file systems, such as most file systems on Windows and several file systems on OS X).
2005-10-13Propagateuid2056
revision 1.3 date: 2005/10/02 22:24:33; author: mcr; state: Exp; lines: +10 -10 branches: 1.3.2; updated test case output for print-X.out and print-XX.out to print-capX.out and print-capXX.out, and re-remove print-X.out and print-XX.out, so that they don't collide with "print-x.out" and "print-xx.out" on systems with case-insensitive file systems (not only are modern Windows file systems case-insensitive but case-preserving, so, by default, is HFS+ on OS X, so you can even have case-insensitivity on UN*X systems).
2005-07-11Rename "print-X.out" and "print-XX.out" to "print-capX.otu" andguy
"print-capXX.out", so that they don't collide with "print-x.out" and "print-xx.out" on systems with case-insensitive file systems (not only are modern Windows file systems case-insensitive but case-preserving, so, by default, is HFS+ on OS X, so you can even have case-insensitivity on UN*X systems).