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Re: [PATCH] A few cl-lib tests

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: [PATCH] A few cl-lib tests
Date: Mon, 09 Mar 2015 22:30:23 -0400
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[ Sorry for the delay.  ]

> Thanks for feedback. I've corrected the tests.  Now they use cl-values
> when expected.  I split them into two groups: working tests and those
> that suppose to work, but do to lack of support for multiple values
> they don't.  If at some point multiple values will be implemented, then
> those tests can be moved to the first group.  Is that ok?

Looks good, thank you.

> BTW I'm contributing for the first time here and I'm not really sure
> what is the next action after sending a patch... If it cannot be
> committed for some reason I would like to know why, for example: "We
> can't add it because of... When you fix it we will commit it to the
> repository." or "We won't add it no matter what."  (it's still better
> than no feedback :-) ).

I just looked at it and it looks fine.
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