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From: Doug Gregor (dgregor_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-22 11:10:14

On Apr 22, 2005, at 10:58 AM, Peter Dimov wrote:

> Doug Gregor wrote:
>> Would making the color of expected failures something that's not green
>> (everything's okay) and not yellow or red (something's broken) work
>> for you? That would be useful for me, because I'm noticing that for
>> certain compilers the number of expected failures in the Graph lib is
>> approaching the number of tests... but that's not obvious at first
>> glance.
> Yes, this would be good enough. I wasn't sure whether this would be OK
> with everyone else; there's probably a reason for making expected
> failures and passes the same color.

I can't think of any compelling reason to have them the same color,
though I guess the "all-green" detailed summary could give one warm
fuzzies that you wouldn't get with grey expected failures... but I'd
much rather have grey expected failures so users can know what works
and what doesn't at a glance.


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