[squeak-dev] Why is TestFailure non-resumable?
cputney at wiresong.ca
Sun Sep 13 02:11:37 UTC 2009
On 12-Sep-09, at 3:37 PM, Eliot Miranda wrote:
> Yes, but on the other hand, making TestFailure resumable does not in
> any way break SUnit (AFAICS) and yet makes the framework more
> generally useful. So I propose, unless anyone can find a good
> reason, making it resumable. Then one doesn't have to replicate the
> bulk of the framework to do what I want, something anyone testing
> operations with many combinations will likely find useful.
That *was* a good reason. :-)
But then, my opinion doesn't matter much. I'm not the maintainer of
SUnit, and the Squeak community has historically had no qualms about
breaking compatibility with SUnit on other dialects. I'm sure if you
commit that change, no one will even notice.
*grumble grumble grumble*
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