How do major updates to 'test grid' happen (adding/removing tests)

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How do major updates to 'test grid' happen (adding/removing tests)

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In the coming days I hope to make a commit for date_time that will make it all inline and thus eliminate a large number of redundant tests  - dll versus non-dll for example. Also dropping support for some now obsolete features with also reduced the test set to run.

So the question is, how does this get translated into the html matrix since it’s updated one tester at a time?  Is there anything I need to do to facilitate the transition?

Thx,

Jeff
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Re: How do major updates to 'test grid' happen (adding/removing tests)

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And just so this list is aware, my regex failed and at least the Wave library started to fail on develop because there is no library to link. Peter D pointed out that system left an empty shell to resolve this so I’ve done that and am waiting for the CI to complete to merge.  There are probably some others…

My original question still stands, however.  I’m not seeing the matrix on the date-time develop really update —even though some of the sunday runs should have...

> On Mar 14, 2020, at 6:08 PM, Jeff Garland via Boost-Testing <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> In the coming days I hope to make a commit for date_time that will make it all inline and thus eliminate a large number of redundant tests  - dll versus non-dll for example. Also dropping support for some now obsolete features with also reduced the test set to run.
>
> So the question is, how does this get translated into the html matrix since it’s updated one tester at a time?  Is there anything I need to do to facilitate the transition?
>
> Thx,
>
> Jeff
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