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Re: which test cases?

On Tue, 13 Feb 2001 gk4@us.ibm.com wrote:

> #Library ; Specifications; Tests
> ld-linux.so.2; LSB v1.0; none
> ld.so.1; LSB v1.0; none
> libm.so.6; LDPS v1.1, LSB v1.0; none
> libdl.so.2; LDPS v1.1, LSB v1.0; none
> libcrypt.so.1; LDPS v1.1, LSB v1.0; none
> libncurses.so.5; LDPS v1.1, LSB v1.0; none
> libc.so.6; LDPS v1.1, LSB v1.0; LSB-VSX
> libpthread.so.0; LDPS v1.1, LSB v1.0; VSTH-lite
> librt.so.1; Not Specified; licensed
> libX11.so.6; LDPS v1.1, LSB v1.0; licensed
> libXext.so.6; LDPS v1.1, LSB v1.0; licensed
> libXp.so.6; LDPS v1.1; licensed
> libXt.so.6; LDPS v1.1, LSB v1.0l; icensed
> libXtst.so.6; LDPS v1.1; licensed
> libstdc++-libc6.1-1.so.2; Not Specified

What does it mean to have LDPS as a specification? It isn't a source
specification, so I don't think it qualifies.

> 5) The X11, Xext, and Xt libraries are specified by the LDPS v1.,1 and LSB
> v1.0; however, the only tests that I know of are the UniSoft tests, but
> aren't those really Xserver tests?

No, they are interface tests. They just happen to also test the heck out of
the server.


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