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Re: Location of tests (again) (was Re: Makefile-help)

From: Phillip Lord
Subject: Re: Location of tests (again) (was Re: Makefile-help)
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2015 10:31:22 +0000
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Przemysław Wojnowski <address@hidden> writes:

> address@hidden (Phillip Lord) writes:
> [...]
>>> Sooner or later all tests will be automated anyway.
>> I doubt the latter is true (simply because some display related tests
>> will always involve looking at emacs).
> Ok, "all" was exaggerated a bit, but most things can be tested
> automatically.
>> Having said that, I largely agree with you. We'd have something like?
>> test/lisp
>> test/src
> [...]
>> test/manual
> I'm for "test/manual" here, but other names are fine too.
> (I would also change "test/src/" to "test/c", because "lisp" are sources
> too, after all. But I don't insist on that, especially that it may result
> in a flood here. ;-) )

I suggested that -- personally, I don't like having "src" in "test"
because "src" is, well, source, not test. But the general feeling was
that keeping it symmetrical makes more sense.

Either way, it answers my use-case of a deterministic link between
source and test.


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