Lennart Regebro wrote at 2006-7-6 20:03 +0200:
>On 7/6/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> When I have introduced secondary bugs in my fixes (which occasionally
>> happened), then a unit test would not have helped. The reason was then
>> that the affected code was used in unanticipated ways -- and
>> because it was unanticipated, I would not have written a test for it.
>Sure. The point of the tests is not to prevent this. The point of them
>is mainly to make sure that the thing you fixed says fixed.
I hear (also) other sounds than unit tests ;-)
Thus, my fixes can say "fixed" differently (without a passing unit test)...
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