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[Bug 4460] K2-Literals-8

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Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 15:54:51 +0000
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------- Comment #3 from frans.englich@telia.com  2007-04-13 15:54 -------
I'd say that if any baseline matches, the test succeeds. So if the baselines
are two error codes A and B, the test passes if either error code A or B is

In this case, the test passes if the error code is issued, or if any output is
generated. However, it won't pass if it crashes or issues an error code
different than what the baseline specifies. So, Ignore refers to XDM-output,
not error codes("*" is used for any error code).

Sure, there are stronger tests than that one, but from a regression perspective
it can be useful to exercise such weird code paths. Of course, such
ignore-baselines could be more specific if the test run had as input the
implementation defined limits.

At least, this is how I personally perceive the test run guidelines, and how
many of the other tests are written.
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