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Re: Adding tests for zle? The missing X series tests
On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 2:02 AM, Peter Stephenson
> On Sun, 8 Jan 2012 16:20:20 -0800
> Felix Rosencrantz <f.rosencrantz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I've attached draft versions of the incremental search tests, based on
>> the suggestions of Bart and Peter. I just added on Peter's latest
>> change, previously I was using a hard coded escape sequence. The
>> zletest file is based on comptest, and includes debugging code. The
>> test is flaky, so there might be some buffering issues, or I'm not
>> properly reseting the state between tests. (Or just confused on what
>> to expect...)
>> If you are interested in seeing what it does, you can add these under
>> the Test directory and run: make TESTNUM=X check
>> I would be interest in any feedback. These are still draft condition,
>> but might be of interest to anyone following this thread.
> Thanks, I haven't looked at these yet but it occurred to me that even
> with the ability to look at termcap sequences we're still restricted by
> what capabilities the current terminal type offers, so the result will
> vary according to the TERM variable --- I haven't defined a way of
> intercepting tccan(). I suppose for full control that needs a zle -T
> function too (it just needs to test the return value).
The completion tests set TERM to vt100, as does the zle test script I sent.
Not sure if the completion tests rely on that. The zle draft test
sent, does rely on Vt100 to scrape off the control sequences.
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