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Re: QMTest and the G++ testsuite


ok point taken, well put

But anyway
(-; there's always one of those

I think you will find

http://www.cs.clemson.edu/~malloy/projects/ddj.html

interesting 

regards

John Jones

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Mark Mitchell wrote:

>
>
> --On Monday, May 20, 2002 01:43:00 PM +0100 John Jones 
> <john@algor.co.uk> wrote:
>
>> Dear Mark Mitchell
>>
>> will it integrate with Bugzilla ?
>> this would be a major feature (in my book anyway).
>
>
> Remember where I said:
>
>>> Let's try to keep the discussion focused on how to get results with
>>> QMTest that are at least as good as we get with DejaGNU.  If we use
>>> this as a forum for talking about everyone's personal viewpoint on
>>> testing on general and "I've always really wanted to see X ability",
>>> we're going to get too distracted.
>>
>
> DejaGNU doesn't integrate with Bugzilla, so this isn't really a
> head-to-head comparison issue.
>
> The original plan was for QMTest to integrate with QMTrack -- but then
> the funding for QMTrack went away.  It would be really nice to have an
> integrated bug-tracking and testing system; I agree.  It would be
> possible to integrate QMTest with Bugzilla, but it isn't integrated
> yet.
>
> Thanks,
>



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