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Friday August 13, 2004
10:37 AM

Dreaming about warnings

[ #20395 ]

Andy just posted that he dreams about Perl people.

Last night I dreampt about Andy, or... more specifically, about what he wrote.

I've had my head buried in the (formal) tests for a bit now. Trying desperately to catch up and put some automated testing in place for code I've been writing for two years. It is a lot of code and writing (legitimate) tests for all of it is going to be huge.

That's the price of sin I guess...

Anyways... I took his comment to be talking about my tests. It dawned on me during the night that I have warnings in my web server logs...

Andy said: Do NOT ignore warnings.

I heard: Do NOT ignore warnings in your tests.

I'm not sure if that is what he meant. Probably not.

Either way, the nugget of knowledge is: Do NOT ignore warnings. But, I've been doing just that... ignoring the warnings in the web logs.

So, today I will be spending some time looking thru the server logs and trapping warnings.

I'm a bit slow at times, but I like to think I can still learn a trick or two.

Thanks Andy!

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