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Re: Why do some modules not get tested

by mje (Curate)
on Nov 08, 2012 at 16:13 UTC ( #1002939=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to [SOLVED] Why do some modules not get tested

The above answers are probably what you are looking for but I just thought I'd let you know of a few more.

Some modules don't receive smoke reports from automated smokers because they are black listed. I'm not smoking right now but I had a list of black listed modules for various reasons - tests took way too long, downloaded loads of stuff, prompted without using prompt etc

Some automated testers abort a test if it takes longer than some time - assuming the test has hung.

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[erix]: 'systematic' is going to be hard to define I think
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[Corion]: marto: Naah, my module doesn't care, but the users of my module might expect some things to work in Chrome that only work in later builds (or, as seems to be the case, don't work there either ;) )
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