[Python-Dev] improving quality

Anthony Baxter anthony at interlink.com.au
Tue Mar 28 09:00:32 CEST 2006

On Tuesday 28 March 2006 17:53, Neal Norwitz wrote:
> In order to do the best possible job and avoid silly errors, there
> shouldn't be any checkins which could change behaviour that do not
> include a test.  I'm not talking about updating comments or string
> constants.  But even trivial changes can cause regressions or
> incompatible changes.  Just like failing tests, code checked in
> without tests is fair game for being reverted if there is anything
> questionable.

+1 from me. 

Anyone disagree?

Anthony Baxter     <anthony at interlink.com.au>
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