Fixed size cpusetf patch
Jennifer.Averett at OARcorp.com
Tue Dec 17 13:20:54 UTC 2013
I started out with it as one, but because of the way the tests run
a lot of data comes out (one line for each comparison). I split them
up so each test doesn't output so many screens of data. If I put them
back as one, would it be better only print at the top of the test (ex.
AND test) then print details upon a failure within that (this doesn't
match the way other tests work though)
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> Subject: Re: Fixed size cpusetf patch
> On 2013-12-16 20:17, Jennifer Averett wrote:
> > Attached is an patch for a set of tests that checks the fixed size
> > functionali8ty in cpuset.h
> > Any comments, questions, suggestions?
> Do we really need five different test programs. Can't we use one test
> program with five test functions?
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