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Re: CVS commit: src/crypto/external/bsd/netpgp/dist
On Thu, 21 Jul 2011, David Holland wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 20, 2011 at 12:49:34PM +0300, Jukka Ruohonen wrote:
> > A lot of empty talk here.
> > What is exactly your problem?
> You asked, I tried to explain, you describe it as "empty talk". What
> are you expecting, a gigantic patch?
I thought that I agreed with Jukka, it seemed to be a complaint with no
specific content except that you were uncomfortable (unfamilar?) with
> Anyway, I guess this about sums it up: the real problem is apparently
> that concerns about atf and the atf-related workflows are dismissed or
the real problem is that your concerns about atf and the atf-related
workflows are not adequately making it across the email gulf..
Its taken a while, but I'm pleased that we seem to be moving towards a
culture of automated testing. There are quite a few people working at it
now and a lone "empty talker" is easy to dismiss or ignore..
So, what exactly is your problem? I don't understand your complaint that
"atf is too intrusive"; it is a test framework and all the code that it
runs is written to automatically run within that framework.. also, the
pretty reports are pretty, hm?
PS the "predictable consequence" that you cannot fold in external test
programs did not come true, see tests/lib/libevent/t_event.sh for example,
though I note that the number of libevent tests are misrepresented in the
atf-total since the test program prints "OK" rather than allowing the test
harness to do each one separately
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