From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-01-20 18:46:35
At 06:14 PM 1/20/2001 -0500, David Abrahams wrote:
>1. There's really too much output to get a quick, clear view of what
>have been broken. What I really want is to have the testing system
>the results I'm getting with the previously-checked-in state and tell me
>how many tests I've broken (and what I've fixed!)
How about this?
Don't change regression.cpp itself.
Write a shell script:
* diff the old and new html files. That will pinpoint the changes.
* Jiggle the diff output file a bit, so that
* running patch with the jiggled file results in a new html file with the
blink attribute (or whatever) on for any changed pass/fail results.
* look at it with a browser.
You can't beat that - blinking notice of changes right before your eyes:-)
Maybe some Unix script guru can figure out how to do the "Jiggle" part
without writing any C++ code.
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