2013/6/22 SZEDER Gábor <sze...@ira.uka.de>:
> On Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 11:25:26PM -0300, Eduardo R. D'Avila wrote:
>> git-prompt.sh lacks tests for PROMPT_COMMAND mode.
>> Add tests for:
>> * pcmode prompt without colors
>> * pcmode prompt with colors for bash
>> * pcmode prompt with colors for zsh
>> Having these tests enables an upcoming refactor in
>> a safe way.
>> Signed-off-by: Eduardo R. D'Avila <erdav...@gmail.com>
> I doubt the value of separate tests for zsh. They might make sense as
> long as there are different code paths for doing coloring for the two
> shells, but after your refactorization in 2/4 there is only one common
> block of if statements, which is already thoroughly excercised by your
> tests for bash, making the separate tests for zsh redundant.
These tests where important to make sure that I wouldn't break anything during
the refactorization. Having them pass before *and* after refactorization
guarantees that nothing was broken (except for some subtle case that might have
not be included in the tests).
However, I agree that they became redundant.
Would it make sense to include a patch that only removes the zsh
tests, after the
refactorization? I'm considering that *1* simple zsh test must be kept during
this removal, to make sure the code path for zsh is run.
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