Ideally, I agree. But that code doesn't exist yet.
We do have a good patch to the existing code. Perhaps once this patch is in,
someone else will look at it all and have a "big idea" for refactoring it
into prototype proper. But if it can be helpful in unittest immediately,
then that's good?

On 2/4/08, Tobie Langel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Feb 4, 12:40 pm, "Nic Williams" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I'll re-read your response again later, but at first glance it looks
> like a
> > long-winded way of saying "no"... :)
> To me it just means: put it where it belongs.
> Best,
> Tobie
> >

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