WineHQ:winetest: produce valid HTML
paulm at astro.gla.ac.uk
Mon Jan 17 15:38:23 CST 2005
On Monday 17 January 2005 11:30, Ferenc Wagner wrote:
> Jakob Eriksson <jakov at vmlinux.org> writes:
> > I would prefer to have all failed tests at the top, so one
> > could see easily which ones need to be fixed.
> Not being an addition but a change, I'd like to hear others'
> opinion on this matter. My personal feeling is that losing
> alphabetical ordering on test names isn't worth it, as color
> monitors are fairly common nowadays. So vote for the change!
I'd vote for tests staying in the same relative position from run to
run (be that alphabetical or whatever).
> > It would also be nice if the author of a test got an email
> > whenever a test failed.
> Finding out the author of a test isn't easy, it requires
> some digging into CVS. On the other hand, I'd choose an
> opt-in method instead. But it's a separate project anyway,
> the present machinery has pretty much nothing to facilitate
> this. The summary.txt files are easy to parse and available
> by HTTP, so one could use them to get the figures.
One possibility is to send an email to the wine-devel list when
something breaks (but only the one!).
There were mixed reactions to this, for WRT, so I filtered all the
emails and double-checked before forwarding them.
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