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From: Rozental, Gennadiy (gennadiy.rozental_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-08 13:33:33

> >I'm saying that the concept of expected failure is flawed (and yes I
> >put them in there in the first place!), basically using expected
> > in this way is just rigging the the tests so that they succeed. It
> >get the information back to the end user IMO.
> Agree strongly.
> Notice that for compiler warnings, the new regression test
> can optionally
> report them, with a link from the status table.
> Maybe for Boost.Test (in the context of the regression tests)
> we need the
> same sort of ability. That would give the end user the
> information John is
> talking about above.
> Something to think about...
> --Eman

>From what I view it does. Use the detailed testing report and you will get
the information required.


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