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Re: Re: Re: Top goal for 2003

by vek (Prior)
on Jan 08, 2003 at 06:07 UTC ( #225202=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Top goal for 2003
in thread Top goal for 2003

Ha ha! Well pfaut, I thought that 'get-a-date' implied finding someone as apposed to 'go-on-a-date' which would imply that you already had someone to go on a date with (which I do).

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[1nickt]: Hey all, does anyone use prove --state=failed, save? It doesn't seem to work as documented...
choroba's never used --state
[1nickt]: It sounds fantastic but this is third time I've tried it, and this time I have created minimal test scripts, thinking that perhaps my use of subtests was confusing it, and still no joy. All that happens is the order in which the tests are run is reversed.
[1nickt]: Hmph. Does not leave me very hopeful about --rules which I was really looking forward to profiting from.

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