Redundancy is good. Don't think in terms of optimizing the tests. You don't really care how long things to take, or if the code could be leaned up.

Every little test you have in there adds to your army of guardian angels.

xoxo,
Andy


In reply to Re: Functional and Unit Test Redundancy by petdance
in thread Functional and Unit Test Redundancy by saintbrie

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