From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-28 15:18:58
At 03:29 PM 5/28/2003, Eric Friedman wrote:
>I apologize if this has already been asked, but why aren't the
>sources included in regresssion testing? I know some tests are missing
>some are perhaps as robust as they might be, but it seems some testing is
>better than no testing.
There are >65 tests in that directory. Multiply that by 7 or 8 compilers,
and it would be a huge additional testing load.
Boost.Python and Spirit libraries also have extensive test suites that are
not part of the main regression tests.
We need to figure out how to collapse some of the existing tests into
fewer files before we go adding a lot of new test files. Or maybe
decompose the tests into sub-groups, and figure out a way to combine the
results into a master table.
>I'd like to write an appropriate jamfile and include it in CVS, unless
>there are objections.
Please don't add a lot of tests until we succeed in shrinking what is
already there down to something more manageable.
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