func or pFunc in tests ?
ale.goujon at gmail.com
Sun May 27 11:19:51 CDT 2012
On 05/27/2012 05:08 PM, Juan Lang wrote:
> Basically, if the function is available on all versions of Windows
> that the test bot runs on, use func. If it's not available on some
> versions, and you need to test whether it's available to avoid a
> non-running test, use pFunc instead.
> Regarding the history, a lot of the usage of pFunc in the tests is for
> Windows 95/98/ME, which we no longer test on, so their continued use
> is "legacy." That's not true in all cases, e.g. often a function
> wasn't available in Windows NT 4.0 either.
So my plan is to submit my test to the WineTestBot and see if some
Windows version complain.
FYI, I've read  from  and the content seems to be a bit outdated
/ not complete.
Documenting is not funniest part but would also help GSoC people.
Anyway, thanks for the explanation and the historical part, it makes
 : http://www.winehq.org/docs/winedev-guide/testing
 : http://wiki.winehq.org/ConformanceTests
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