Am Freitag, 16. September 2016 um 19:28:04, schrieb Guenter Milde 
<mi...@users.sf.net>
> On 2016-09-13, Guenter Milde wrote:
> > On 2016-09-13, Kornel Benko wrote:
> 
> >>> >> * Do you still need the "suspendeTests"? What for?
> 
> >>> > Yes, we need them. This tests will not be executed with the call 'ctest
> >>> > -L export'.
> 
> ...
> 
> >>> In the meantime, we know the particular problem for most of the suspended
> >>> tests.
> >>> Some were fixed. Others require inversion (we know the problem is a
> >>> wontfix or a bug on trac).
> 
> Therefore, I'll reword the question:
> 
> Do you call `ctest -L export` regularely?

This is my alias for export:
        ctest -j12 -timeout 300 -L export -E "xhtml|lyx16|lyx21|lyx22"

> Could you imagine calling `ctest -L export -LE "texissues|attic"` instead?

Sure, but if you think texissues should not be tested, make them part of 
suspended.

>   -1 more to type
>   
>   +1 filters not only 58 but 80 "wontfix" inverted tests
>   
>   +4 makes the test system less complicated.
> 
> Do you call `ctest -L inverted` regularely?

Sometimes, yes.

> Could you imagine calling `ctest -L inverted -LE "texissues|attic"` instead?
> 
> ...
> 
> >> My understanding is that they are suspended because of difficult to
> >> solve, therefore we do not try to tests them every time.
> 
> However, the "usual full run" (without -L) does test them.

Sure, I never claimed otherwise.

> How often is -L used without also -R to select specific tests via regexp?

Here? Almost always. That was one reason to invent/use labels.

> G√ľnter

        Kornel

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