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From: Gennadiy Rozental (gennadiy.rozental_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-31 17:31:14

>> Actually, maybe my concerns can be addressed by going back
>> into boost test and using the "minimal" option.
> That might help, but the author is opposed to adding the facilities
> needed to make that viable for me. I can't turn off the crash
> handlers on Windows, for example, so debugging a problem in a "minimal
> test" application is often prohibitive.

Ok. Let's say I do this. How would your test behave during regression tests
run? Hung the system? Crash? Show dialog message? Remember: no CLA.

>> Hmmm - I don't we want to invoke the debugger in the
>> regression tests.
> What happens on the testers machine if it runs this program?
> #include <cassert>
> int main() { assert(0); }
> If it throws up a dialog and if we have no test monitor to kill it, I
> agree that we ought to have something in place to make sure no dialog
> comes up. But I was sure the test script *did* start a monitor that
> could kill off any hung applications (?)

What if somebody else running regression tests that do not have such


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