> No, the point is *not* to fix this issues ASAP. The feature is not a high-
> priority feature, so there's no reason to do this ASAP. My *only* point was
> why you added EXPECTED_FAILURE lines to the CMakeLists.txt file -- that's it.
> But it's moot now since I've removed all the new EXPECTED_FAILURES that you've
> added. They're of no use to me. Now when I run the test suite and it reports
> 100% tests passed, I can be confident that I've fixed all the bugs and not
> have an errant EXPECTED_FAILURE in there.
> In the future, please don't add EXPECTED_FAILURE lines to code on a *branch*
> -- thanks.
My 2 cents: no matter what the brief description of the "ctest -R SOME_TEST"
shows, one should *always* check out the details inside the ctest logs.
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