I'm not even sure why you are spending time doing this, but yes, it seems
reasonable to only test on the things you depend on.

Rick

On Fri, Mar 1, 2019 at 6:02 AM P.O. Jonsson <oor...@jonases.se> wrote:

> Dear Developers,
>
> When checking the testcases for the samples I have the problem (on several
> samples) that the output is asynchronous, i.e. the output is not exactly
> the same every time. One example: *ccreply.rex* provides this output:
>
> rexx ccreply
> Repeating "Object 1 running", 10 times.
> Object 1 running
> Repeating "Object 2 running", 10 times.
> Object 2 running
> Object 1 running
> Main ended.
> Object 2 running
> Object 1 running
> Object 2 running
> Object 1 running
> Object 2 running
> Object 1 running
> Object 2 running
> Object 1 running
> Object 2 running
> Object 1 running
> Object 2 running
> Object 1 running
> Object 2 running
> Object 1 running
> Object 2 running
> Object 1 running
> Object 2 running
>
> Now in eight out of ten times this order is preserved but in 2/10 the
> output arrives in a different order. Testing with exactly this output will
> thus fail every now and then.
>
> Would you agree with a test for only parts of the output („object" and
> „running" or "main ended.")?
>
> Hälsningar/Regards/Grüsse,
> P.O. Jonsson
> oor...@jonases.se
>
>
>
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