Michael J Gruber <g...@grubix.eu> writes:

> If gdb is missing then some files are never written to so that the
> comparisons of non-existing files succeeds for the wrong reason,
> claiming that `notmch new` is idempotent when it was in fact never run.
> Catch this and (for lack of a better spot) set up the files with a
> reason for the FAIL.

I'm a bit confused by this. For me if gdb is missing I get

 missing prerequisites: gdb(1)
 SKIP   all tests in T380-atomicity


All 1842 tests behaved as expected (8 expected failures).
All tests in 1 file skipped.

Do I misunderstand something, or is prerequisite detection not working
for you?

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