Father Chrysostomos via RT
|| at May 31, 2016 at 12:50 am
On Mon May 30 16:37:38 2016, tonyc wrote:
On Mon May 30 13:30:45 2016, sprout wrote:
I found this change to bisect-runner.pl very helpful. Is applying
this a good idea? I will go ahead in a few days if nobody objects.
It really should test and skip if the test fails.
First, I don’t know bisect-runner.pl or git-bisect well enough to make that change; secondly, it would not have helped for my use case, since I was getting module failures adjacent to the commit responsible for fixing the crash I’m trying to track.
So, perhaps for my use case I could add a separate --no-module-tests option. Any objections to that?