[Monetdb-developers] [Monetdb-checkins] clients/src/mapiclient MapiClient.mx, , 1.41, 1.42

Martin Kersten Martin.Kersten at cwi.nl
Wed Aug 15 16:43:26 CEST 2007

Removal of exit-on-error did not break the M5 tests.

The SQL tests show some differences related to rendering
of dump_table and a few that require a little more study.

The situation in M4, AMDB, and XQuery is yet unknown.

Fabian Groffen wrote:
> On 15-08-2007 15:23:56 +0200, Stefan Manegold wrote:
>>> Martin didn't implement anything, he only threw away the exit_on_error
>>> thing, which is fine with me too.
>> I was refering to
>> ===================================================================
>> 2007/08/13 - mlkersten: clients/src/mapiclient/MapiClient.mx,1.24
>> With a better SQL rendering, we might as well use it as the default
>> for stdin. All other use remains the same, so it does not affect
>> the SQL testing output.
>> ===================================================================
>> which sounds like Martin implemented something.
>> I considered Martin's "According to Stefan this does not affect the test
>> web." as refering to the lunch discussion we had about above checkin.
> Ahh... I didn't play back those tapes yet.
>>>> (3) The actual results of running testing (Mtest.py) is the *only* indication
>>>>     whether and how any code changes affect testing. Hence, simply run
>>>>     Mtest.py, and you'll know. That's *excatly* what testing and Mtest.py
>>>>     have been designed and implemented for, and what the are supposed to be
>>>>     used for.
>>> Sometimes asking someone is much faster than implementing the code, and
>>> running Mtest.
>> Right. And I answered also though I was not asked ;-)
> Uhm... right.
> Conclusions:
> 1) "it" probably breaks
> 2) changes to Mtest are necessary
> 3) exit_on_error should not have been thrown away from the code
> 4) "commit at once" of Mtest and MapiClient code is preferred
> 5) as always: improve communication.
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