Subject: Re: [geometry] Regression in the Variant support for distance()
From: Adam Wulkiewicz (adam.wulkiewicz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-05-26 09:06:17
2014-05-26 14:08 GMT+02:00 Menelaos Karavelas <menelaos.karavelas_at_[hidden]>
> On 26/05/2014 02:55 Î¼Î¼, Barend Gehrels wrote:
> However, two more things about this, now this triggered it:
> 1) does anybody know if Boost regression matrix can mail notifications
> about broken tests (which were earlier)? Or does anybody know otherwise the
> most perfect tool (even if it runs locally) which checks this? There must
> be an abundance on the web of course.
I doubt it's possible but we could ask on the Test mailing list.
> 2) Adam, in the Contribution Tutorial, section "Modify the branch", could
> you add that it is recommended to
> - run all unit tests before submit (even the tests you did not work on)?
> (we had a problem with this earlier)
> I would recommend to run the entire set of unit tests at least in the
> algorithms directory. I remember making changes in one algorithm in the
> past, that was working okay for that algorithm, and then the entire library
> was broken.... I am sure that I was part of the "earlier problem" mentioned
> by Barend above ;-)
I think that the problem Barend mentioned was older :)
> - check your contribution with two compilers (VirtualBox/gcc is really
> easy to install on Windows machines, and if Ubuntu is your local platform,
> use gcc/clang)
> It would be good if this is done before sending the merge/pull request.
> One more suggestion: in case you want to be "pedantic" with your code, try
> also the following option on g++/clang++: -Wextra
> It produces even more warnings especially with respect to unused variables.
> Another option that I found useful at some point was -Wconversion.
> BTW, from my point of view, these two options are not meant to be used at
> the development stage, but rather at the before-creating-a-pull-request
Done and done.
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