Am Donnerstag, 15. September 2016 um 09:21:21, schrieb Guenter Milde 
> On 2016-09-14, Kornel Benko wrote:
> > Am Mittwoch, 14. September 2016 um 19:25:43, schrieb Guenter Milde 
> > <>
> >> On 2016-09-14, Scott Kostyshak wrote:
> >> > I attach my complete list of failing tests (for git hash f2a263e3). The
> >> > ones that are interesting I think are listed below with some comments:
> >> > 206:INVERTED.LYXBUGS_export/export/LongestLabelWithUnderscore_lyx16
> ...
> >> It looks like ctest is testing the backup files from lyx2lyx conversion.
> >> Do you have some *lyx21.lyx (etc.) files in the tested directories?
> > No backups, the test is exporting to lyx16 (e.g. lyx2lyx) format.
> I see, besides the lyx2lyx tests, there are also export tests for lyx2lyx.
> >> I hope these backups are marked as such with ~ soon.
> >> But we could also (at least for the meantime) add a clause to ignore them
> >> in "ignoredtests". 
> > No need. The tests have a reason.
> I see.
> However, the inverted tests in autotests/export/ are dedicated LaTeX tests
> where we know that they currently fail with LaTeX and why.

It is not _only_ latex export. Also html and older lyx versions are included.
(Anything you can use by 'lyx -export ...' should be there,
but ATM we consider only xhtml, pdf, pdf2, pdf3, pdf4, pdf5, dvi, dvi3, lyx16, 
lyx21, lyx22)

> I did not think about the lyx2lyx export and hence used a too generic
> "inversion pattern".

I suspected something in that direction.

> As testing these samples for other export routes or conversion or loading
> does not gain any new insights, I moved them to a new subdirectory
> autotests/export/latex/ and added "ignore" clauses for samples from this
> subdirectory.


> I hope this helps to keep the test system relatively clean and simple.
> G√ľnter


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