So a delta to enable tests is totally fine. I see the Debian
maintainer's point that it's a very simple test, barely a proper test
suite. But *anything* is so much better than nothing. You catch whole
classes of problems by simply making some calls into the library.
Ideally in time a full test suite is grown. But I don't want to let the
perfect be the enemy of the good here.
Either we can add a quick delta or wait for Debian to add it, but seems
like any test would be good to enable.
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[MIR] tomsfastmath (runtime dependency of clamav)
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