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Re: [libredwg] Hydra progress report + invitation

From: gagan
Subject: Re: [libredwg] Hydra progress report + invitation
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2014 22:33:47 +0530

On Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 12:32 AM, Thien-Thi Nguyen <address@hidden> wrote:
> () gagan <address@hidden>
> () Sun, 14 Dec 2014 19:20:45 +0530
>    > - What is the intended relationship between these dirs?
>    The unit-testing folder was created in my GSoC ( API ). These
>    are the unit tests for the API created.
> I see that the 'check' target in unit-testing/Makefile names the
> C-language programs as dependencies.  So doing a "make check" in
> that dir essentially builds the programs and does not run them.
> So, some followup questions:
> - Is my understanding correct?
> - Is/Was there intent to run the programs?
> - If so, how should they be run (invoked)?
> - Is the design of the programs recorded somewhere?
> - Do we want top-level "make check" to recurse into this dir?
> (I assume the answer to the last is "yes", but want to verify.)
>    And the testcases was developed by Piysuh Prakash during his
>    test suite project.( Aplogies I don't have enough idea about
>    this at the moment. )
> No worries.  I suppose my mucking around in those dirs has not
> bothered Piysuh Prakash much, so i'll continue doing so unless
> there are objections.
>    > - Is that information recorded somewhere?
>    AFAIK No.
> OK.  I'll add blurbs to README and HACKING once we figure out
> the big picture for "make check".

Ping :)

Just wanted to inform I am available and if you get some time, please
have a look over libreDWG architectural changes thread.

"Jai Sai Naath"

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