Re: [PATCH v10] Rust Oe-Selftest implementation

Richard Purdie

On Mon, 2022-09-05 at 22:56 +0100, Richard Purdie wrote:
On Mon, 2022-09-05 at 20:25 +0530, pgowda cve wrote:
Hi Richard,

Thanks very much for reviewing the patch and your comments regarding it.

thread 'main' panicked at 'RUSTDOC_LIBDIR was not set',
note: run with `RUST_BACKTRACE=1` environment variable to display a
error: could not document `core`
I tried on different environments but could not reproduce the error.
Can you please share with me the oe-selftest.log file to reproduce and
work on it?
This was on my local build system which shouldn't do anything special
or interesting, it is a fairly standard OE-Core setup and I doubt the
selftest will tell you anything more that the piece of it I pasted into
the email.

Which MACHINE are you testing using?

Something is mangling spaces in your patch. There shouldn't be tabs
Modified the complete file to remove TABS and use white spaces.

I think this can be merged with the RustSelfTestBase class as I don't
Merge with RustSelfTestBase.

If we want to change grammar, it should be in a separate patch.
Removed it from the patch

put that alongside the task definition.

All modifications are done as per the review comments.
However, I still see that the test PASSes and did not see the mentioned error.

rust.RustSelfTestSystemEmulated.test_rust: PASSED (4812.37s)
2022-09-05 13:43:50,332 - oe-selftest - INFO - SUMMARY:
2022-09-05 13:43:50,332 - oe-selftest - INFO - oe-selftest () - Ran 1
test in 4875.349s
2022-09-05 13:43:50,332 - oe-selftest - INFO - oe-selftest - OK - All
required tests passed (successes=1, skipped=0, failures=0, errors=0)

I am using the following command to run the rust-testsuite:-
oe-selftest -r rust.RustSelfTestSystemEmulated.test_rust
Please let me know if I am missing anything to reproduce the error.
That is what I'm using too. I did try an couple of small changes to
rust to try and improve things and it did get slightly further but not
much. It does mean my logs are probably going to confuse things more if
I share them so I need to undo those before I can do that.

I don't know why we're seeing different results but it is a concern.

Were you able to work out if there is anything we can do about the
hardcoded buildpaths/reproducibility issue?
I was able to debug this. Adding:

--exclude src/tools/lint-docs --exclude src/test/rustdoc-js-std

to the test run stops it trying to build the docs for Std.



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