It means "known bug" for things that are in the trunk. If it's on a branch (as
this is), then either (1) it will be fixed before it's merged into the trunk
(at which point the EXPECTED_FAILURE will have to be removed since it will no
longer be failing -- which begs my question of, "Why put it in in the first
place?") or (2) the test will be deemed invalid and removed.
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