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Improve tests #3

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davorg opened this Issue Jun 28, 2017 · 3 comments

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@davorg davorg created this issue from a note in Template::Provider::Pandoc (To Do) Jun 28, 2017

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simbabque Oct 10, 2017

Hey, I am looking for some hacktoberfest tasks to do. Could you maybe add a few more details? Your coveralls report is at 100%, though it doesn't really cover anything.

simbabque commented Oct 10, 2017

Hey, I am looking for some hacktoberfest tasks to do. Could you maybe add a few more details? Your coveralls report is at 100%, though it doesn't really cover anything.

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It's vague on purpose. Pretty much anything will be an improvement.
But, ok, here's a suggestion. I'm worried that although pandoc will convert between a multitude of text formats, my current tests only cover my main use case of Markdown to HTML. I would love to have some tests covering other, less common, conversions.

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davorg commented Oct 11, 2017

It's vague on purpose. Pretty much anything will be an improvement.
But, ok, here's a suggestion. I'm worried that although pandoc will convert between a multitude of text formats, my current tests only cover my main use case of Markdown to HTML. I would love to have some tests covering other, less common, conversions.

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simbabque Oct 12, 2017

But wouldn't that essentially be tests for pandoc, and not for your code?

simbabque commented Oct 12, 2017

But wouldn't that essentially be tests for pandoc, and not for your code?

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