4 Sep 2012 4 Sep '12
Zitat von Chris Jerdonek firstname.lastname@example.org:
And for Python 2.7 when adding new tests
Hmm. Adding new tests to 2.7 is a questionable activity in the first place - it should be done very carefully.
does this mean we should write those tests in a way that attempts to have them pass on Tru64 (e.g. by following the pattern of another test), or should we not worry about it?
2.7 should absolutely be able to support Tru64 (even though it currently may not - that would be a bug). Any potential contributor to fix Tru64 support should find it "easy" to add fixes.
So being cautious and following existing code sounds like a good idea. The world wouldn't end if the test broke on Tru64, though.