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Re: CVS commit: src/tests/kernel
On 5/31/11 7:06 PM, Jukka Ruohonen wrote:
On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 04:53:21PM +0100, Julio Merino wrote:
One thing is reorganizing the tests to match the tree structure, but the
other is to move the tests right next to the source
I don't quite understand the latter part. Why is this a bad thing?
I always thought that having a single unified "tests"-directory was a
benefit, not a disadvantage.
What is the advantage? Just to make things clear, tests would still be
installed to /usr/tests so that they can all be run at once.
> Moving the tests "right next to the source"
does not really solve any of the questions; for instance, where would
system calls go? libc? sys/kern?
Just like for manpages, it makes sense in some cases and it doesn't in
I don't think it'd be bad to keep cross-layer/tool tests in a src/tests
directory but move anything that is clearly tool-specific next to the
(It's much easier for people to edit a cp_test.c file when they are
editing cp.c if they see the file right there, whereas it is
easy/annoying to have to hunt down the test file in a different subtree.
I've used/seen both approaches, if that matters at all.)
Julio Merino / @jmmv
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