On Sat, Oct 15, 2005 at 10:04:37AM +0200, Andreas L Delmelle wrote:
> I'm not following here... You will have regression tested code with 
> certain parts not being tested because the optional feature necessary 
> for running those tests smoothly isn't present.
> If presence of support for hyphenation (the respective patterns) is 
> left to the potential developer, then the testing cycle should take 
> into account that there is the possibility that hyphenation won't be 
> present, and thus skip those hyph-dependent tests with a big warning. 
> The tests won't *fail*. There just isn't enough info/resources 
> available to even perform them. (Failure only becomes applicable if 
> hyphenation is present, and the test can be run in a meaningful way.)

That is true indeed. The tests will not fail.

My focus is on the Ant target. I want an Ant target to run a
predefined set of tests. And if this set includes hyphenation
dependent tests, and the required hyphenation support is not
available, the Ant target has failed.


Simon Pepping
home page: http://www.leverkruid.nl

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