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comment Learning system instead of using sed/replace for reviewing test results
I think this approach has the best chance of working within the constraints that exist for our project.
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comment Learning system instead of using sed/replace for reviewing test results
I agree that this would be a good approach if I could start greenfield. The system we are dealing with is developed and maintained by a large muti-site group. The amount of code changes, getting folks to march in the same direction, and time involved excludes this as an option. I may be able to make these changes a few commands at a time, but I could never get the coverage I need in the time I have provided. I have a pretty solid sed script that detects timestamps in our system. It is one of the few places I am not overly concerned about.
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comment Learning system instead of using sed/replace for reviewing test results
I did a bit of a re-work on the original question to clarify the "rarely" vs "all of the time" portion. Hopefully my question is clearer now.
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