improving the quality of the image
keith_hodges at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Jan 29 17:11:10 UTC 2007
I am with you on this one. Having broken tests visible, but correctly
categorised is key to getting things sorted IMHO. I dont think that
hiding things away on mantis is not visible enough.
You might like to try my improvements to TestRunner and SUnit which
implement these changes. You can try it by executing.
Installer fixBug: 5639.
> Ok, IMHO this is all about classification of tests. Perhaps someone has
> already proposed the following but how about:
> - If there is a bug and someone authors a test to show it and it enters
> the image (lets ignore *that* particular question for 3 seconds - many of
> course argue that it should not enter the image unless accompanied with a
> fix), why not mark it as "has never worked" - or something along those
> That way we can keep all *working* (not marked) tests green and at the
> same time have a list of non working tests (those marked) that typically
> are all red. When something is fixed and turned green we remove the
> Sure, this may be a daft idea :), just wanted to mention it.
> regards, Göran
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