Has the feature of advising if there are no tests been removed?
I'm having a heck of a time trying to get Ruby to work with
PostgreSQL, and I suspect is something as simple as a missing path.
I was hoping the GEM installation of pg with testing might shed
some light, but I'm guessing that there are no tests for the pg
It would be helpful if the "test_on_install" feature at least
acknowledges it is activated and no tests were provided by the
D:\work\Ruby>gem install pg --force --
Temporarily enhancing PATH to include DevKit...
Building native extensions. This could take a while...
Successfully installed pg-0.10.1
1 gem installed
Installing ri documentation for pg-0.10.1...
Installing RDoc documentation for pg-0.10.1...
l_require': no such file to load -- 1.8/pg_ext (LoadError)
Thank you for forwarding the issue regarding pg on Windows; that
will be helpful, I hope.
I hope that side issue of my problems with "pg" did not detract
from the issue that does directly concern RubyGems: the
"test_on_install" gives no indication if it is activated and
whether or not it found a test suite.
I had included my sample run to illustrate a real live example
where no indication appears in the console.
The deprecated documentation suggests that a warning would issue
if a test suite were not found. In my sample, there is nothing to
suggest whether the "test_on_install" was activate or not and
whether it found or did not find a test suite. If the
"test_on_install" feature for gems is not appropriate for this
forum, please advise which forum (or by bug/enhancement) should to
utilized to bring this issue to the developer's attention.