implicit debian/tests/control files
On Mon, 15 Sep 2014 12:20:29 +0200, Martin Pitt wrote:
> gregor herrmann [2014-09-13 21:20 +0200]:
> > Right, adding "Testsuite: autopkgtest-auto-perl" (or however it will
> > be called) sounds like a nice option to say "run the default pkg-perl
> > tests" without having to maintain d/t/control files (or inventing the
> > include syntax).
> It seems we pretty much have consensus about this, and Guillem also
> agreed to this on my blog post . With that we can even drop the
> autodetection logic at some point, and then everything will be
> explicit again.
Right, sounds like a perfect plan.
> The naming is bikeshedding, so I went ahead with the proposed
> "autopkgtest-$team" schema:
> > The only downside might be that it leaves the burden of maintaining
> > the test definition to the autopkgtest maintainers on our request;
> > but if that's ok for you guys, I'm fine with it as well :)
> If/once we move to autodep8 as a separate project, it'll be
> collab-maint, and every team can adjust their own tests.
> But even if
> it stays in autopkgtest, I'm happy to update the templates. With the
> pkg-perl-autopkgtest indirection in between it'll be very low effort,
> and even if we cut this out and fold the real commands into the
> template it won't change that often after the initial settling. Send
> git formatted patches ;-)
Will do, in case it's necessary :)
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