In article <m2itcjmeay.fsf / zip.local.thomases.com>,
  Dave Thomas <Dave / PragmaticProgrammer.com> writes:

> The fun part is that anyone can submit the results of a Rubicon test
> run, so if you have an architecture/version combination that's not in
> the database, feel free to upload the tests.

I get an error to submit the result on Solaris:

  500: Internal Server Error

because few lines are preceeded with XML declaration as:
-----


CHILD REAPED

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<RubyObject version="1.0">
...
----

I succeed to submit by delete them.

Apart from that, I found some use of assert method in Rubicon seems wrong:

TestBlocksProcs.rb:    def o.f; yield *[*[1,2]]; end; o.f {|a| assert([1,2], a)}
TestBlocksProcs.rb:    def o.f; yield [*[1,2]]; end;  o.f {|*a| assert([1,2], a)}
TestBlocksProcs.rb:    def o.f; yield *[*[1,2]]; end; o.f {|*a| assert([1,2], a)}
TestKernel.rb:      assert(0444, File.stat(filen).mode)

They never be failure because first arguments are always true.
-- 
Tanaka Akira