[Bioperl-l] reorgansing tests by group

Chris Fields cjfields at illinois.edu
Wed Dec 3 15:03:27 EST 2008

On Dec 3, 2008, at 12:23 PM, Heikki Lehvaslaiho wrote:

> 2008/12/2 Chris Fields <cjfields at illinois.edu>:
>> Wow, I go to sleep and the tests are almost reorganized.  Thanks  
>> Heikki!
>> The only (very small) caveat I find to using recursive tests is any
>> additional non-test files we add, including data for tests in the / 
>> data
>> directory, must not end with *.t, otherwise the build file will try  
>> to run
>> it and bomb.  There was one file I changed to .tt which is now  
>> passed over.
>> If needed we can move over to an autogenerated file which  
>> explicitly lists
>> the tests to run (this would likely be at a later point).
> Chris,
> I'll try to do the rests very soon now. Do not touch the t directory
> until I've committed by reorganisations!
>> On a related point, what does everyone think of moving BioPerlTest  
>> to core
>> so the other distributions can use it?  I think it is worth doing
>> eventually, but it could possibly wait until 1.6.x or 1.7.  I have  
>> tested it
>> out and it works but needs some dependency issues ironed out.
> Moving to core would be a good thing. Do it.
>   -Heikki

...also, just to note, the mail lists appear to be acting up (support  
has been notified).  My commits last night are here:



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