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Bug#969803: awscli: autopkgtest should be marked superficial

Source: awscli
Severity: serious
Usertags: superficialtest
X-Debbugs-CC: elbrus@debian.org


The test done in the autopkgtest of 'awscli' does not provide
significant test coverage and it should be marked with "Restrictions:

Ref: https://people.debian.org/~eriberto/README.package-tests.html

Examples of tests which are not significant includes (its not a
complete list):

1) Executing the binary to check version

Test-Command: foo -v

Test-Command: foo -V

Test-Command: foo --version

2) Executing the binary to check help (foo -h)

Test-Command: foo -h

Test-Command: foo --help

3) checking for files installed with 'ls'.

Test-Command: ls -l /usr/lib/*/foo.so

4) A Python or Perl library runs import foo or require Foo; but does
not attempt to use the library beyond that.

Test-Command: python3 -c "import foo"

Please add "Restrictions: superficial" to 'debian/tests/control' of



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