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Subject: Re: Action Item for TC: answer this design question

At 01/07/19 14:17 -0400, David_Marston@lotus.com wrote:
>The high-level question is:
>How should we organize the reference output files?
>The ideas that have been circulated so far can be segregated into
>three classes:
>1. Put the outputs in a separate tree from the tests, with parallel
>    subdirectory structures in each.
>2. Leave the outputs wherever the submitter put them and find them
>    by some sort of naming scheme.
>3. Put the outputs in subdirectories dispersed throughout the tree
>    of test cases, and use a designated name for the subdirectory.
>Please choose 1, 2, or 3, and give reasons, or say you have no

1 - because that preserves the submitter's subdirectory to the point of 
being absolutely read-only and sacrosanct.

..................... Ken

At 01/07/18 20:14 -0400, David_Marston@lotus.com wrote:
>Ken likes the idea of delivering the reference output in a parallel

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