gnustep-tests -V (return code: 1)
You forgot to set your GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES environment variable. Setting it to /usr/share/GNUstep/Makefiles during this test run. '--version' is not a directory or a readable source file ... cannot test.
gnustep-tests --help (return code: 0)
You forgot to set your GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES environment variable. Setting it to /usr/share/GNUstep/Makefiles during this test run. /usr/bin/gnustep-tests: Script to run the GNUstep testsuite Usage: gnustep-tests [directory | test.m]] Runs the specified tests, or any in subdirectories of the current directory if no arguments are given. Use 'gnustep-tests --documentation' for full details. Use 'gnustep-tests --clean' to remove old logs and leftover files. Use 'gnustep-tests --failfast' to stop after the first failure. Use 'gnustep-tests --debug' to run gdb for any failed tests. Use 'gnustep-tests --developer' to treat hopes as real tests. Use 'gnustep-tests --verbose' for full/detailed log output. Use 'gnustep-tests --sequential' to disable parallel building. Interpreting the output ----------------------- The summary output lists all test failures ... there should not be any. If a test fails then either there is a problem in the software being tested, or a problem in the test itself. Either way, you should try to fix the problem and provide a patch, or at least report it at: https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?group=gnustep