On Tue, Apr 4, 2017 at 8:26 AM, Andres Freund <and...@anarazel.de> wrote:
> On 2017-04-04 09:24:23 +1000, Vaishnavi Prabakaran wrote:
>> Just quickly, Is it not ok to consider only the code patch for this CF
>> without test patch?
> I'd say no, it's not acceptable. This is too much new code for it not
> to be tested.
Doesn't it depend actually? I would think that the final patch may not
include all the tests implemented if:
- The thread on which a patch has been developed had a set of tests
done and posted with it.
- Including them does not make sense if we have a way to run those
tests more efficiently. Sometimes a bunch of benchmarks or tests are
run on a patch bu for the final result keeping them around does not
make much sense.
In the case of this patch, it seems to me that we would have a far
better portable set of tests if we had a dedicated set of subcommands
available at psql level, particularly for Windows/MSVC. If that's a
requirement for this patch so let it be. I am not saying that tests
are not necessary. They are of course, but in this case having a bit
more infrastructure would be more be more helpful for users and the
Note that I won't complain either if this set of C tests are included
at the end.
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