preparing / production test
andy at openmoko.com
Fri Oct 3 10:43:41 CEST 2008
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Werner Almesberger wrote:
> Andy Green wrote:
>> This has crossed over into production test territory, which is fine, but
>> these need writing as part of production test action then and from that
> Production testing is yet a slightly different angle, and in particular,
> just like declaring one of our user spaces as the interface reference,
> it may suffer the problem that it's hard to look up an interface there.
> In some cases, i.e., if there's very little overhead in the code and it
> is nicely written, it may of course make sense to just point to one of
> these components as the best example for using a given interface.
Bitrot cannot be avoided... unless code is part of something that is
used and living it will turn to crap, not be known about, etc. A large
collection of small aging unmaintained applets is not as great as it
might sound. If you're going to spend any time on this, it needs to be
part of production test that we can all run, especially Regina and Wendy.
We need to replace DM1 / DM2 with something more normal otherwise it
will haunt us forever, I will write about some ideas to start that soon.
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