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ambs@rachmaninoff ProjectoDicionario$ time make test
PERL_DL_NONLAZY=1 /usr/bin/perl "-MExtUtils::Command::MM" "-e" "test_harness(0)" t/*.t
t/empty_lines....ok                                                          
t/last_line......ok                                                          
t/test_terms.....ok                                                          
All tests successful.
Files=3, Tests=67546, 16 wallclock secs (13.43 cusr +  1.40 csys = 14.83 CPU)

real	0m15.786s
user	0m18.537s
sys	0m1.806s

This is not to show tests run quickly, as the tests are quite simple. What I would like to say is that these tests in particular are not testing code, but testing data quality (a PT dictionary formatting).

Why is this helpful? Because when I too the time to write the tests, I found out that I had more than 6000 entries with formatting errors.

Alberto Simões


In reply to Re^3: Test Survey Results by ambs
in thread Test Survey Results by Ovid

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