[Mono-dev] Unit Tests - Do i do a separate commit/push/pull or do i start from scratch
robwilkens at gmail.com
Thu May 3 12:54:00 UTC 2012
After I committed and pushed, I tried to do another pull request, but it
seemed to merge it into my existing pull request, which i guess is fine.
I'm open to suggestions if anyone doesn't like my pull-request. Don't
mean to push the issue, however long it takes is however long it takes.
I am well aware that it could be quite some time before this patch
reaches my local system via packaging.. There is probably a review
process before you accept it or not, some time before the next version
is released, and some time beyond that before ubuntu releases an updated
package which includes it.
On 05/03/2012 07:46 AM, Rodrigo Kumpera wrote:
> Separate is fine. Tests are always welcome.
> Thanks for taking time on this.
> On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 11:10 PM, Rob Wilkens <robwilkens at gmail.com
> <mailto:robwilkens at gmail.com>> wrote:
> I came up with a Nunit test that :
> (1) Demonstrates the failure i reported
> (2) Demonstrates that it is fixed with my patch
> (My git directory is separate from my build directory)
> My plan, if i remember tomorrow, is to commit this change to
> github, push it, and do another pull request.
> Do i need to incorporate it into the same pull request as the fix
> itself, or is it ok to do the tests as a separate commit/pull request?
> If i don't hear back, i'll just assume separate is ok.
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