[XML-SIG] SAX 2.0: Main open issues
Lars Marius Garshol
17 May 2000 11:47:10 +0200
* Andrew M. Kuchling
| Tests are useful to people hacking on the code, too, since they can
| re-run them to verify that their changes haven't broken anything.
| Unless the test suites are incredibly huge (several megabytes), or
| unless they contain proprietary information (old customer documents
| that tripped bugs), I'd say check them in.
Then I will do that once I have something that's approaching stability.
The SAX tests don't need to be so big, since we're testing the drivers
rather than the parsers.
I also have some test suites (several, in fact) for xmlproc, and they
command-line interface: 52k
using James Clark's stuff: 175k
API tests: 45k
using my own stuff: 2030k
What say ye? Should this, or parts of it, go in? I'll make it
available separately, anyway.
There is and will be nothing proprietary in any of these.
| Test suites wouldn't actually be installed into site-packages,
Sounds good to me.