Re: Automatic testing of .deb's
Adrian von Bidder writes ("Re: Automatic testing of .deb's"):
> On Monday 06 February 2006 19:53, Gustavo Franco wrote:
> > On 2/6/06, Ian Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> [ filing automatic package tests to the Debian bts ]
> > The Ubuntu maintainer should always open bugs with the test related stuff
> > and see if the Debian maintainer judge it's valuable or not.
> Generally yes. But this specific issue discusses a potential (slow) mass
> bug-filing of many similar (in spirit, not technically) bugs and thus
> warrants a discussion on d-d.
That was my view, indeed.
> Ian: I add my voice to what you already perceive: these tests would be
> welcome, and I'd probably accept them to my few packages. A very short
> (one screenfull or so) HOWTO/README about how the whole system works linked
> >from the bug would be helpful, because I don't have the time to read up on
> it now, but will want to when you file the first bug on my pkgs, without
> having to sort through 100 mailing list hits with 90% content which doesn't
> apply anymore because the technical details were changed...