Wed Jul 3 13:09:00 GMT 2002
On Wed, Jul 03, 2002 at 04:12:21PM -0400, Stephen M. Webb wrote:
> I agree that the expected failure tests should be lumped in with the
> expected pass tests. I'd suggest appending rather than prepending the
> "fail" or whatever bit to the name so it sorts nicely. It's a small
> thing but the small things add up.
> I'd also point out that unlike the expected pass tests, a separate test
> source file is required for each expected compilation failure. You'd
> end up with
> and so forth.
Yup. Perhaps Benjamin's idea of a subdirectory is better
Just to save typing.
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