Changeset 34006 in project for release/4


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Timestamp:
04/22/17 14:12:51 (3 years ago)
Author:
sjamaan
Message:

http-client: Set test TCP timeouts to 500, that's certainly long enough (I actually tested on FreeBSD this time), tag 0.12.2

Location:
release/4/http-client
Files:
4 edited
1 copied

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  • release/4/http-client/tags/0.12.2/http-client.scm

    r34002 r34006  
    119119
    120120(define client-software
    121   (make-parameter (list (list "CHICKEN Scheme HTTP-client" "0.13" #f))))
     121  (make-parameter (list (list "CHICKEN Scheme HTTP-client" "0.12.2" #f))))
    122122
    123123
  • release/4/http-client/tags/0.12.2/http-client.setup

    r33933 r34006  
    1111  'http-client
    1212  '("http-client.so" "http-client.import.so")
    13   `((version "0.13")
     13  `((version "0.12.2")
    1414    (documentation "http-client.html")))
  • release/4/http-client/tags/0.12.2/tests/testlib.scm

    r34001 r34006  
    2929                    (tcp-connect "localhost" server-port)) )
    3030
    31 (tcp-read-timeout 100)
    32 (tcp-write-timeout 100)
     31;; These need to be reasonably high to avoid lots of errors on slow
     32;; VMs and some OSes (FreeBSD in particular?), see also Salmonella.
     33;; At least 100 seems to be too low, so we aim high and set it to 500.
     34(tcp-read-timeout 500)
     35(tcp-write-timeout 500)
    3336
    3437;; Set up a number of fake connections to a "server", with predefined
  • release/4/http-client/trunk/tests/testlib.scm

    r34001 r34006  
    2929                    (tcp-connect "localhost" server-port)) )
    3030
    31 (tcp-read-timeout 100)
    32 (tcp-write-timeout 100)
     31;; These need to be reasonably high to avoid lots of errors on slow
     32;; VMs and some OSes (FreeBSD in particular?), see also Salmonella.
     33;; At least 100 seems to be too low, so we aim high and set it to 500.
     34(tcp-read-timeout 500)
     35(tcp-write-timeout 500)
    3336
    3437;; Set up a number of fake connections to a "server", with predefined
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