From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-04 20:15:32
Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]> writes:
> I'm not quite sure about V1's behaviour where test-suites were explicit by
> default. That differs from every other target.
> Also, IIRC, V1 has a special 'test' target that is not declared explicitly,
> and which results in building all tests. Again, I'm not sure it's good idea
> to implicitly define taregts.
It may not be as important in v2, although if you want to aggregate
all the tests from subprojects, into one target, I don't see a better way.
> So, what do you think is the right behaviour to have in V2?
test suites will often want to be explicit. In the common (non-boost)
case, people will put the test suites alongside their other main
targets in a single project, not separated by directory. In general,
shouldn't run a big test suite. IMO.
Whether or not that makes it worth having all test suites be explicit
by default, I don't know.
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