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From: Misha Bergal (mbergal_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-11 21:09:42

"Victor A. Wagner Jr." <vawjr_at_[hidden]> writes:

> If I remember correctly, I put the del *.xml into the script because
> if I didn't, and the tests blew up spectacularly, the xml wouldn't be
> deleted, the old one would still be there and nobody would be the
> wiser until someone goes "how come Rudbek's ruing blah test just
> fine?" then I panic and discover that indeed, that some test is
> crashing so hard that the test report is inaccurate.
> I'd prefer _not_ to have to build every test every time...the run time
> goes up appreciably.
> so... what's the solution?
> to quit deleting .xml files and hope the original problem is fixed?
> delete all the .exe only?
> what are .test files? _should_ I be deleting them??
> "Enquiring minds want to know"


Due to many reasons incremental testing is _not_ reliable and there is
no quick way to fix that. The list of problems we have with
incremental testing is on Any help would be
appreciated. All four of the issues require a more than introductory
knowledge of BBv1 - for sure certainly more than I have.

It would be nice if somebody would take on some of the issues, because
the learning curve for me would be the same as for any bjam novice.

Misha Bergal
MetaCommunications Engineering

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