On 23 September 2013 19:58, Matthieu Moy <matthieu....@grenoble-inp.fr> wrote:
> I'd rather have the comments say "# API version < X" and "# API version
>>= X". Next time the API change, "new" Vs "old" will become meaningless.
done, thanks

On 23 September 2013 20:26, Jonathan Nieder <jrnie...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Some distros (e.g., Debian) occasionally do run the testsuite
> automatically, but it is still fine since they have a timeout that
> varies by platform to detect if the test has stalled.  I suppose
> ideally git's test harness could learn to do the same thing some day,
> but for now it's easier one level above since an appropriate timeout
> depends on the speed on the platform, what else is creating load on
> the test machine, and other factors that are probably not easy for us
> to guess.
great explanation, thanks

On 23 September 2013 22:17, Eric Sunshine <sunsh...@sunshineco.com> wrote:
> s/seq/test_seq/
done, thanks

> d17cf5f3a32f07bf (tests: Introduce test_seq;  2012-08-03)
>> +       do
>> +               echo "creating revision $i"
> Do you want to end this line with '&&'?
The way it's intended is that it's more a debug information to see how
it's going on (creating >500 revs is *quite* long). If I understand it
correctly, using '&&' would mean that the return value of the echo
statement will be tested for success ? Anyway, I am not sure it makes
sense to fail on a "debug echo" ?

Benoit Person
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