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Re: Undefining an ERT test?

From: Douglas Lewan
Subject: Re: Undefining an ERT test?
Date: Fri, 12 Jun 2020 00:17:22 -0400
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On 6/11/20 7:37 PM, Joost Kremers wrote:

On Fri, Jun 12 2020, Douglas Lewan wrote:
Just to make sure, I checked out the emacs-26 branch in my local copy of the Emacs git repo, and it *is* there, in `ert.el`.
It looks like my copy of 26.3 was pulled (from I don't remember exactly when, but it looks like the most recent build was on 2020 May 21. I don't know if it's possible that the development repository and could be out of sync.

Something funky going on... I just downloaded emacs-26.3.tar.gz from the location you mention and it contains `ert-make-test-unbound`

I suspect we may be talking at cross purposes. I'm talking about the documentation, which I find to be in doc/misc/ert.texi and info/ Even with a fresh download I find no reference to ert-make-test-unbond. In the source, lisp/emacs-lisp/ert.el, however, all the relevantare defined.

In my original post I was referring to the documentation (as mentioned above). I'll ask my questino again: Should the function ert-make-test-unbound be mentioned in the info? How about its wrapper commands ert-delete-test and ert-delete-all-tests?

Sorry if I wasn't clear the first time.

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