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Each of the above tests are designed to produce no output when they are run via make check. The exit status of each program tells the `Makefile' whether or not the test succeeded.
If a test fails, it means that there is either a programming error in libtool, or in the test program itself.
To investigate a particular test, you may run it directly, as you would a normal program. When the test is invoked in this way, it produces output which may be useful in determining what the problem is.
Another way to have the test programs produce output is to set the VERBOSE environment variable to `yes' before running them. For example, env VERBOSE=yes make check runs all the tests, and has each of them display debugging information.
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