From: Comeau Computing (comeau_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-25 19:44:58
At 05:18 PM 5/25/2003 -0400, Beman Dawes wrote:
>I think that Greg Comeau has a good point in his email below - reporting
>separate pass / warn / fail statistics in the regression summary can be
>misleading to naive readers.
>On the other hand, we certainly want to continue to report warnings in the
>So it seems to me that in the summary we should lump "pass" and "warn"
>from the tables together into a single "pass" category in the summary.
Right, I'm not suggesting to remove the warnings. Just another thought,
which may complicate as well, but instead of
33 | 33 | 34
33+33 | 34
66(33 + 33) | 34
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