From: Tim Josling <tej@me...> - 2000-11-25 11:35:04
Thanks. I've been through it and I'm mostly very happy with it. I
reindented it according to the GNU coding standards, and added a
comment before every function according to the GNU coding
There are a couple of possible bugs (do a "find bug" in the
source) - could you check these out for me.
The test cases seem to rely on someone entering test data. I need
to be able to run the tests totally automatically - could you put
the test data into the test program and then drive the test
multiple times from that. See Ted's test programs for examples of
how he did it. I also renamed the test file in accordance with
the other ones ie test_<name of program being tested>,
Keep up the good work. I will look at the inspect replacing now,
> "Daniel H. Ardison" wrote:
> Dear Tim,
> I send you here the inspect converting routines. The package
> includes a test program.
> Sorry I don't have time to write a makefile, I'm actually using
> Visual C++ to program this so I don't need it.
> I promise I will write one for the hold project if you need it.
> I made preliminary testing on the routine on my PC and on Linux
> at work. It seems to work fine.
> I think I will do intensive testing for the hold project when I
> finish it.
> cobr_inspect_substring routine is not tested yet. I didn't used
> in convert routine and maybe I don't use it at all.
> Please feel free to send me any feedback.
> Name: convert.zip
> convert.zip Type: Zip Compressed Data
> Encoding: base64
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