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Re: Directory restructuring

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: Directory restructuring
Date: Thu, 02 Feb 2006 19:53:28 -0800
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John Darrington <address@hidden> writes:

> OK.  I'll do that.  Perhaps I could ask then that people hold off from
> committing any major changes to CVS over the next few days; one line
> changes are fine, but anything more than that perhaps should wait.

Okay.  I have a big clean-up patch waiting in the wings, but I'm
willing to keep it updated as needed.  It's not ready for prime
time yet.

>           Here are the major components of PSPP in my opinion:
>  [:snip:]  
> There are some minor points I disagree on, but I'll discuss them when
> I understand them better.


> Definately.  And there are a number of files (pool.c comes to mind)
> that have test functions, and therefore depend upon the lexer and god knows
> what else).  The test functions need to be moved to seperate files.

Ideally the tests would be independent enough that they could be
compiled into a completely separate program, but that's often
difficult because the code that they test has dependencies, and
the code that it depends on has its own dependencies, and so on.
I should probably work on that, but putting it in a separate file
is a start.
Ben Pfaff 
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