tim at sumeru.stanford.edu
Wed Feb 5 15:39:33 CET 2003
In message <000101c2cd04$583de5d0$1f00a8c0 at atlantis>
"Andreas Raab" <andreas.raab at gmx.de> wrote:
> Tim wrote:
> > Any additions that are only in the croquet image really ought
> > to have been cross ported before now in order to let a decent testing
> > period elapse.
> So what's the process for this? Let's assume we need another addition to
> BitBlt or (more likely) to some of the primitive float operations.
> "Cross-porting" these is a no-op (since it only implies a few primitive
> methods) but how you would do "decent testing" outside of Croquet eludes me
> somewhat ;-)
Obviously I'm only referring here to things that plausibly belong in
the base image. Testing might reasonably be done just as with any other
code; write a test case or ten for it. I'm sure you must have done some
tests when developing the code.
> Tim wrote:
> > Nathanael said (on his Traits download page) that the ClassBuilder was
> > broken in the 3.4 image.
Woah, not me. I try really hard to not have anything much to do with
classbuilder problems. It makes my head hurt too much. Must be Doug's
words I think.
|Though a nation watched her falling, yet a world could only cry |
|As they passed from us to Glory , riding fire in the sky. |
|(Jordin Kare, Fire In The Sky) |
|Farewell Columbia. |
Tim Rowledge, tim at sumeru.stanford.edu, http://sumeru.stanford.edu/tim
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