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tests: Automatically deduce the tool name from the test case for unit tests #4976

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captain-caveman2k commented Feb 24, 2020

It is still possible to override the executable to run during the test, using the <tool> tag, but this patch removes the requirement that the tag must be present for unit tests.

It also removes the possibility of human error when existing test specs are used as the basis for new tests, as recently witnessed in 81c3712.

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It is still possible to override the executable to run during the test,
using the <tool> tag, but this patch removes the requirement that the
tag must be present for unit tests.

It also removes the possibility of human error when existing test specs
are used as the basis for new tests, as recently witnessed in 81c3712.
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bagder approved these changes Feb 26, 2020
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Neat idea!

@captain-caveman2k captain-caveman2k changed the title tests: Automatically deduce the tool name from the test spec for unit tests tests: Automatically deduce the tool name from the test case for unit tests Feb 26, 2020
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