--- Comment #2 from Peter Alexander <> 2010-10-21 
01:11:22 PDT ---
Even if you don't buy that argument, consider this: with the current unittest,
you only have to add a few lines of code to turn it off (as you described).
This is something that you'll only ever have to do once, and really isn't that
much of a burden.

On the other hand, if running main was off by default then there would be no
way to turn it back on! You would have to resort to scripting your build to get
it working again.

Therefore, the current unittest is unarguably more flexible to people's needs,
and arguably more desirable anyway.

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