|author||Dmitry V. Levin <email@example.com>||Tue Apr 19 18:28:03 2016 +0000|
|committer||Dmitry V. Levin <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Apr 20 01:08:13 2016 +0000|
tests: extend test coverage of getuid/getgid family syscalls Add strict tests for getuid, getuid32, getgid, getgid32, geteuid, geteuid32, getegid, and getegid32 syscalls. * tests/getegid.c: New file. * tests/getegid.test: New test. * tests/getegid32.c: New file. * tests/getegid32.test: New test. * tests/geteuid.c: New file. * tests/geteuid.test: New test. * tests/geteuid32.c: New file. * tests/geteuid32.test: New test. * tests/getgid.c: New file. * tests/getgid.test: New test. * tests/getgid32.c: New file. * tests/getgid32.test: New test. * tests/getuid.c: New file. * tests/getuid.test: New test. * tests/getuid32.c: New file. * tests/getuid32.test: New test. * tests/.gitignore: Add getuid, getuid32, getgid, getgid32, geteuid, * geteuid32, getegid, and getegid32. * tests/Makefile.am (check_PROGRAMS): Likewise. (DECODER_TESTS): Add getegid.test, getegid32.test, geteuid.test, geteuid32.test, getgid.test, getgid32.test, getuid.test, and getuid32.test.
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