pramsey at cleverelephant.ca
Tue Dec 16 17:47:20 PST 2008
On Tue, Dec 16, 2008 at 4:11 PM, Kevin Neufeld <kneufeld at refractions.net> wrote:
> Paul Ramsey wrote:
>> Question on directory location: right now it's in the root... either
>> it should be in something like 'tests' with 'regress' or perhaps it
>> should be under liblwgeom, since it will be 100% liblwgeom related.
> "100% liblwgeom related"? Why wouldn't the same harness be useful to test
> methods in the loader, lwgeom, or any other c method for that matter?
Not really. lwgeom starts to pull in dependencies on pgsql, so testing
without a backend becomes a non-starter. That's the beauty of Mark's
separate liblwgeom. Which is also, to my mind, a reason to migrate a
much of pure geometry code (area, length, lrs) into liblwgeom, where
it can be tested more directly.
> If it's limited to just testing liblwgeom, then I agree with Mark that a
> subdirectory in liblwgeom seems most appropriate.
liblwgeom/cunit it is
> -- Kevin
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