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Fix README

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an3l committed Jul 31, 2019
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@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ options with which the server is started, restart the server during
execution, etc.)

You can create your own test cases. To create a test case, create a new
file in the t subdirectory using a text editor. The file should have a .test
file in the main subdirectory using a text editor. The file should have a .test
extension. For example:

# xemacs t/test_case_name.test
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ In the file, put a set of SQL statements that create some tables,
load test data, and run some queries to manipulate it.

Your test should begin by dropping the tables you are going to create and
end by dropping them again. This ensures that you can run the test over
end by dropping them again. This ensures that you can run the test over
and over again.

If you are using mysqltest commands in your test case, you should create
@@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ comments, you can create the result file in one of the following ways:

# mysqltest --record --database test --result-file=r/test_case_name.result < t/test_case_name.test

When this is done, take a look at r/test_case_name.result .
When this is done, take a look at r/test_case_name.result.
If the result is incorrect, you have found a bug. In this case, you should
edit the test result to the correct results so that we can verify that
the bug is corrected in future releases.

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