Howdy guys. Sorry for the crosspost. Patch to speed up taglib.

Manuel Amador (Rudd-O) rudd-o at
Fri Oct 12 18:05:07 CEST 2007

But it would definitely have caught the bug that rendered FLAC files 
unplayable, wouldn't it?

And if the TagLib test suite was bigger than TagLib, so what?

Honest, guys, honest.  I've had JuK in the past eat my MP3s for breakfast, and 
actually figuring out what happened when your tracks are royally screwed is a 
matter only to be coped with a bottle of tequila and a CD player playing sad 

A long journey begins with a step in the right direction.

> I completely agree, but that still doesn't catch a lot of the bugs in
> something like TagLib. Unit tests generally won't tell you if you're
> conforming to a given spec (unless you write enough tests to verify the
> spec, in which case for TagLib the test suite would probably be bigger
> than the library).
> As for the toolkit stuff, that is caught in the release process since my
> script that generates the tarball runs the (far too few) unit tests and
> doesn't generate if one fails.
> -Scott
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