On Sun, Jun 09, 2013 at 11:30:01AM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> -- >8 --
> Subject: [PATCH] test: test_output_must_be_empty helper
> There are quite a lot places where an output file is expected to be
> empty, and we fail the test when it is not. The output from running
> the test script with -i -v can be helped if we showed the unexpected
> contents at that point.
> We could of course do
> >expected.empty && test_cmp expected.empty actual
> but this is commmon enough to be done with a dedicated helper.
Thanks, I think this improves the readability of the test suite (and its
output when there are failures).
You can also do:
test_cmp /dev/null actual
for the same effect, but I guess the diff is not all that interesting
(by definition, it would consist only of added lines, and you are
already showing them, so it would not be an improvement).
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