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From Andrew Grieve <>
Subject Re: Many CLI tests failing
Date Wed, 26 Mar 2014 17:05:16 GMT
On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 9:05 AM, Josh Soref <> wrote:

> Should cover both of my breaks.
> I¹m waiting for our CI tooling to confirm it¹s happy before I submit a
> pull request for it.
> Maybe sometime in the near future I¹ll try to rework the tests to use an
> in-memory-psuedo-filesystem so that we can stop having to add all these
> stupid lies.
> Tests shouldn¹t be so brittle that changing code which has no relation to
> a test results in a broken test. If we¹re lying and pretending that
> there¹s e.g. a "lib/dir", then that directory needs to sufficiently exist
> ‹ adding code which makes a perfectly reasonable assumption ³this
> directory which someone claimed exists exists² shouldn¹t break a test
> which pretended the directory existed.

Agree 100% with your sentiments here, and also agree that an in-memory
filesystem is the best way to make our tests decent.

> The CordovaError bit is different (and entirely my fault), I think I must
> have failed to commit the requires update, because I remember doing the
> greps for it...

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