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Re: [Bug-wget] [Bug-Wget][PATCH] Merge Python based test suite into mast

From: Darshit Shah
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] [Bug-Wget][PATCH] Merge Python based test suite into master
Date: Thu, 24 Jul 2014 09:03:17 -0700 (PDT)

More than reviewing, I was concerned if the way I've squashed the commits was 

Giuseppe's patches are fine. I've checked them before. I'll push the work into 
master asap. 

Thanking you, 
Darshit Shah 
Sent from mobile. Please excuse any errors.

On Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 8:34 PM, Giuseppe Scrivano <address@hidden>

> Darshit Shah <address@hidden> writes:
>> The Python based test suite has been lying in parallel-wget for quite
>> some time now. I proposed to merge that into origin/master recently.
>> Attached are a set of patches that can be used to merge testenv/ the
>> home of the Python based testsuite into master.
>> In generating these patches, I've squashed consecutive commits from
>> the same author into a single commit.
> I've tested this series here and it seems to work fine here.
>> Zinhang's patch on refactoring the test suite makes git complain about
>> whitespace errors. However, you can safely ignore those since the
>> errors are caused due to certain blank files that are required by
>> Python for everything to work well.
>> Do let me know if this series of patches seems sane and I'll push them
>> to master.
>> Darshit Shah (5):
>>   Introducing Python based Test Environment
>>   More features to Python based test suite
>>   Fix crash in test suite
>>   Document SERVER_WAIT
>>   Support running tests through valgrind
> these were already reviewed, so I think there is no reason to review
> them again.
>> Zihang Chen (1):
>>   Refactor the Python based test suite
> this too...
>> Giuseppe Scrivano (2):
>>   testenv: fix make dist
>>   testenv: Remove Test--spider-r.py from XFAIL_TESTS
> perhaps review just these two :-)  if you are fine with them, just push
> this series and you've got your last year Summer of Code project
> completely into master right?  So you can spend the weekend celebrating
> this achievement!
> Regards,
> Giuseppe

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