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From paul-rogers <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] drill issue #684: DRILL-5070: Code gen: create methods in fixed order to all...
Date Thu, 08 Dec 2016 18:47:49 GMT
Github user paul-rogers commented on the issue:

    Golden copies are needed only for tests that, today, do their "testing" by dumping generated
code to stdout. Such tests do absolutely nothing (other than detect crashes) when run under
Maven. The golden copy assures that such low-level tests are verified.
    Other tests verify results by executing code. No need to save a golden copy of code for
    Yes, when code gen changes, the golden copies have to be recaptured. However, how else
can we verify that the new changes do what we expect if we don't actually examine them and
save the desired final state? How else do we detect unexpected changes to generated code?
(For example, if we generated a bunch of unneeded boilerplate, we'd not detect that in an
execution test.)
    This test is also going to be a way to verify DRILL-5052: capture code using the current
code gen technique, then verify against the code path described in DRILL-5052. The two paths
should be identical except for an extra "extends" in the code from DRILL-5052.
    Is it worth testing such cases or is it OK to simply trust that the generated code is
probably OK?

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