Stefano Lattarini <> writes:

> Hi Adam.
> On 09/20/2012 11:08 AM, Adam Spiers wrote:
>> Skipped tests indicate incomplete test coverage.  Whilst this is
>> not a test failure or other error, it's still not complete
>> success, so according to the universal traffic lights coloring
>> scheme, yellow/brown seems more suitable than green.  However,
>> it's more informational than cautionary, so instead we use blue
>> which is a universal color for information signs.  Bold blue
>> should work better on both black and white backgrounds than
>> normal blue.
> A very minor nit (feel free to ignore it): IMHO, it should be nice
> to state explicitly in the commit message that blue is already used
> by other testsuite-related software to highlight skipped tests; you
> can report the examples of at least Automake, Autotest and prove --
> and extra kudos if you find further examples ;-)

Thanks.  Will tweak the proposed log message to include the above
when queuing the updated patch.
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