rebar3 as test compile not fetching test dependencies
Fri Jan 14 14:52:51 CET 2022
you can generally get more details of what is going on by running things
with DIAGNOSTIC=1 or DEBUG=1, which will expand output to show internal
details. DEBUG=1 is intended for users and will try to show which configs
effect what, whereas DIAGNOSTIC=1 is for maintainers and goes into even
more details about the results of intermediary commands.
You may also want to look at the environment variables and global
configuration files. It's possible for some behavior to changed based on
Another thing that could exist is some mess with the local cache
(~/.cache/rebar3) . I have no idea how, and wouldn't imagine that failure
mode, but it's the one other bit of state hanging around that could be
significant aside from proxies and whatnot.
On Fri, Jan 14, 2022 at 8:39 AM Anthony Howe <achowe@REDACTED> wrote:
> On 2022-01-13 17:01, Anthony Howe wrote:
> > On 2022-01-13 16:52, Tristan Sloughter wrote:
> >> Really weird. I just copy/pasted the commands and config you have here
> and it fetches the test deps as expected:
> > I tried this on another laptop running a different VM with different
> Erlang and
> > it works fine. I think this might be peculiar to that VM. Bad install
> > Erlang and/or rebar3?
> So I just did a build and install of Erlang OTP-126.96.36.199 (--without-javac
> --without-odbc) from a clone of the GitHub repo. (pre-built Ubuntu
> packages are
> an older release and install a tonne the X-windows libraries just for `wx`
> thppt) and also rebuilt rebar3 from source using this version of Erlang and
> repeated the `chk` test. It still fails to fetch test dependencies.
> I must be missing something in the build/install process despite following
> Other VMs (NetBSD, FreeBSD, pre-built Erlang) behave. Would like to fix
> Ubuntu server VM since its important for work.
> Anthony C Howe SnertSoft
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