Hello Pierre,

  but we are not creating tests for any of these, actually all of these
have their own testing system which in most case is not even bundeled or
executable through PHP. So the only way out is to run their respective test
systems by bundling them and integrating them into our build and gcov runs.
However our gcov runs are highly specialized. So I do not see any point in
doing that. Nor do I see a point in having any of these pull pown or
percentage and in that way making us look worse then we are and even keep
us from increasing our limits and goals.


Tuesday, July 29, 2008, 10:17:15 AM, you wrote:

> hi,

> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 10:10 AM, Marcus Boerger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> helly           Tue Jul 29 08:10:31 2008 UTC
>>  Modified files:
>>    /php-src    Makefile.gcov
>>  Log:
>>  - Exclude bundled libs from gcov processing

> Why? It makes sense to keep it, for example for GD as the lib and php
> are well integrated.

> Cheers,

Best regards,

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