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Re: new DejaGnu team member

From: James Dein
Subject: Re: new DejaGnu team member
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2003 15:31:55 -0700

I think it's worth my pointing out these things:
- If anything, my changes should _beautify_ the Tcl!!! :-) In all seriousness, I will try to merge some duplicate code and update comments, and even fix typos!
- Everything I submit will be tested first
- Everything I submit should be scrutinized and sent back if there are issues, even stylistic ones.

Jim Dein

On Friday, July 25, 2003, at 3:10 PM, Dan Kegel wrote:

James Dein wrote:
In the new scheme, dg-do <what> is joined by dg-do <what> <style> <slave-file-list> where <style> is one of "onestep", "multi", and "serial", and the slaves are files that contain dg-do dummy. The non-dg-dummy files are _master_ test files. onestep -- src files are compiled in one step, output is a single file
  multi -- same, but each file produces a single output file
  serial -- same, but files are compiled individually
Rather than being completely explicit at this time, let me just say the some sort of "environment" may pertain while the compiles are going on, and the results, even in the 3rd case, may depend on all the input files at once. Or not. :-)

Heh.  OK, if you need it, you need it.  Very interesting.
As long is it doesn't uglify the TCL too much, it's
hard to object.
- Dan

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