From: D Garvey (lists.drrngrvy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-01-25 08:12:19
On 1/25/07, Stefan Seefeld <seefeld_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> If the rate regressions were fixed over the last couple of weeks is any
> indication, getting from this high a number down towards zero will take
> another year or three... :-(
Just out of curiosity, with the huge jump in regressions (from ~20 -> ~3000)
a little while ago, was that a necessary increase on the way to fixing the
libraries (i.e. a failure on one compiler belying the presence of a serious
flaw in a library), or was it something else: such as changing the way the
tests are done; authors of some libraries deciding they can add/debug more
features to their own before others fix theirs; etc.?
I hope that's a reasonable question. I realise I can get the sources via
cvs, but like I said, I'm curious.
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