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    • JINMEI Tatuya's avatar
      [master] use a different TCP port for tests than that used in some other · f8a705c0
      JINMEI Tatuya authored
      tests.  using the same port could make it fail on some build bots due to
      failure in bind() with a conflicting socket in the time wait state.
      this is a fragile workaround, but I expect we'll revist these test scenarios
      with the introduction of socket creator anyway, so I chose to work this around
      with a simplest fix.
      f8a705c0
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    • Jeremy C. Reed's avatar
      [trac1286] change check_PROGRAMS to noinst_PROGRAMS · b126cf8d
      Jeremy C. Reed authored
      And for check_LTLIBRARIES to noinst_LTLIBRARIES too.
      
      This is so a regular "make" will build the test programs and
      libraries too.  So the "make check" will just run the tests (and
      not build them).  This is to help with test-driven development.
      
      This reverses some from #1091, plus does the rest too.
      
      Note that doing a "make check" before a "make" does not currently
      work due to dependencies depending on each other (e.g. python/isc/log
      tests needs datasrc but python/isc/datasrc tests need log_config_update).
      b126cf8d
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