--- Comment #5 from Peter Alexander <> 2010-10-22 
00:43:56 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #4)
> I have not once wanted to run both the full application and the unittests at
> the same time. when I want to run the unittests, running the application would
> be a waste of time. When I want to run the program, I don't care about the
> unittests.

Well I have to say that this is totally alien to me.

Putting our disagreement on exactly when unit tests should be run, we can at
least agree on 3 things:

1. Some people want to run the program and unit tests at the same time, and
others don't.
2. Leaving things as they are, you have the choice between the two (although
one choice requires a few extra lines of code).
3. Changing things makes only one option possible.

Unless I've missed anything, I think this is a clear argument for leaving
things as they are, regardless of which choice we may be biased towards.

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