Rouven WEILER wrote:
i meant lmdb, of course.
Given ldbm's long history in the OpenLDAP Project, that was not obvious.
You should write what you actually mean. Btw, LMDB is usually written in all uppercase.
> Am 23.01.2019 um 19:34 schrieb Quanah Gibson-Mount
> --On Wednesday, January 23, 2019 6:27 PM +0000 Howard Chu <hyc(a)symas.com>
>> Rouven WEILER wrote:
>>> Hello there,
>>> I am actually writing a package for OpenIndiana.
>>> The automatic test routine may use the test target in the Makefile.
>>> What does the test target output mean?
For non-developers, not much, the test data is random.
>>> How can I see that the test passed successfully?
If the test runs to completion without any asserts, it succeeded.
>>> As far as I saw up to now the outout seems to be supposed
to differ in
>>> some lines…
>>> Can someone help me there?
>> Not sure what you're trying to accomplish, OpenLDAP hasn't used ldbm in
>> over 12 years.
> I'm going to guess they simply typoed LMDB.
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