Re: Introducing a directory for installed test programs
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On 02/06/2012 04:59 AM, Julio Merino wrote:
Hello, The purpose of this long email is to justify the need for a /usr/tests directory and to ask for approval for its creation, with the final goal of packaging ATF, its tests and the tests provided by arbitrary applications (e.g. the just-approved lutok package). This email is long because I feel the need to provide tons of background to explain why this directory is required. I hope the text is clear and that it makes enough sense to convince you of its approval. Here we go!
<snip>The first thing coming in my mind was using something like /usr/pkg1/test and put a configuration file for each package (containing path and other stuff) into something like /etc/tests/conf.d/. The benefit of this would be that additional information can be stored for each test.
Just my 2 cents regards Markus -- packaging mailing list packaging@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/packaging
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