Boost Testing :
From: Aleksey Gurtovoy (agurtovoy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-16 11:25:29
Vladimir Prus writes:
> On Wednesday 15 November 2006 23:34, Juergen Hunold wrote:
> > I think I've trace this down to
> > tools/regression/xsl_reports/xsl/v2/common.xsl
> > ( or the same filename one directory up, I don't know which xsl script
> > are used at the moment...)
> > At line 148 there is a XSLT function "meta:is_test_log_a_test_case"
> > which is obviously used to test whether a test_log is a valid test
> > case.
> > Unfortunately, the current version only checks for
> > -compile
> > -compile_fail
> > -run
> > -run_pyd
> > The three remaining test categories are missing:
> > - link (used by asio test in HEAD, after a short grep...)
> > - link_fail (unused)
> > - run_fail (used by Boost.Test tests.)
> Ah, so this should be a simple change!
> > So at least four tests are falling off the radar right now...
> > The attached patch should solve the problem.
> > Warning: untested, as I've just copy & edited the text and have to
> > figure out how to create the test summary page myself.
> > It would be nice if someone from metacomm could comment on this...
> Alexey, can you briefly comment if this patch looks reasonable, or
> there's something deeper going on?
There was no patch attached, but from judging from the context above
I'd say please go ahead and commit it.
Thanks for tracking it down!
-- Aleksey Gurtovoy MetaCommunications Engineering