Boost Testing :
From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-21 23:03:43
At 06:09 2007-04-02, David Abrahams wrote:
>on Mon Apr 02 2007, Roland Schwarz <roland.schwarz-AT-chello.at> wrote:
> > David Abrahams wrote:
> >> on Wed Mar 28 2007, Thomas Witt <witt-AT-acm.org> wrote:
> >>> To clarify I am talking about results for tests that no longer
> >>> exist.
> >> Do you think they're still in the table because of incremental
> >> testing? Martin tests incrementally but he doesn't have them AFAIK.
> > It would be nice, if we had kind of "auto-fade-out" for test results,
> > that are too old, similar to what was proposed sometimes for entire
> > tests uploads.
> > But of course this would require modification of the result page
> > generation scripts. A resource which seemingly is not available
> > currently.
> > I wanted just to drop in my ideas, I am not sure if this really is
> > the best that can be done about the these dangling tests.
>Sure, it's a great idea, but the quality of visual feedback is just
>one small part of the issue. Maybe we can have some testing
>architecture design sessions at BoostCon. This seems like a job best
>done with a bunch of people around a whiteboard.
Sounds good to me. I checked and the brew-pub in Aspen closed a few
years back, so I'll bring a 1/2 keg from Snake River Brewery here in
Jackson and we can use my hotel room.
I'm not sure I can find a whiteboard, though.
My preference for the beer that's most likely to survive the 10hour
road trip is "Zonker Stoit" but if you have a strong preference for
another, let me know at
the selections changes from time to time but they almost always have Zonker
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