Subject: [Boost-build] Boost Build test case count.
From: Jurko Gospodnetiæ (jurko.gospodnetic_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-02-22 11:13:08
I was wondering why Boost Build's test system (run by test_all.py)
reports the total number of tests run as 'PASS: ##' and the total number
of failed tests as 'FAIL: ##'.
Would it not be better to report the number of successfully passed
tests as 'PASS: ##'?
Attached is a patch implementing this change.
Makes the Boost Build testing system correctly report the number of
passed test cases instead of always reporting all test cases as passed.
I do not feel comfortable applying the patch directly since I've been
away from Boost Build for a while I'm afraid to mess up the new test
system and its integration to the Boost Library test suite. Although, at
a second glance this value does not seem to be used with xml result
logging and my hunch is that that is the system used to deliver the test
results to the Boost Library test reporting framework.
Hope this helps.
--- tools/build/v2/test/test_all.py (revision 51391)
+++ tools/build/v2/test/test_all.py (working copy)
@@ -80,8 +80,8 @@
- pass_count = pass_count + 1
+ if passed:
sys.stdout.flush() # Makes testing under emacs more entertaining.
# Erase the file on success.
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