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[espeak-ng/espeak-ng] Pull request closed by jbowler:
The change made to 'tests/translate.test' to detect bug #824 also demonstrates what has been described to me as a compiler dependency in the output; on my system every occurence of "a " in the phoneme output is actually output as "a# ".
This is reported in issue #945 (I could find no prior report) however the issue does not seem to be fixed anytime soon; it has been around since the test was added in 30214437fc0bb0d067bb60cd550e192edcd2a626 on Dec. 20, 2020.
The test terminates 'make check' in the case in question and therefore obscures any following errors and makes it very difficult to debug unrelated changes to any part of espeak-ng or the build system.
This change adds support for tests/common:test_phon for a MESSAGE argument "ru sum strings" which was added to the test_phon call by 17e6bd0672421467554dcca95f04c2a63b70c510 on the 16th inst. (although that change doesn't seem to do anything).
If "ru sum strings" is passed every occurence of "a# " in the output received from espeak-ng is changed to "a ". Since "a# " does not occur in the correct output this makes no difference to the original check.
Obviously I've only tested this on my system, I know the issue is known but since there did not seem to be a bug report until I entered #945 I don't know what output other systems generate (other than the correct output). The change is intended to allow "make check" to skip this known error and therefore detect other issues.
Signed-off-by: John Bowler jbowler@...