The distribution source tarball for poppler does not include the files needed
to run the tests; the only way I can see to obtain these files is to check them
out of CVS.
When building the source tarball for distribution, can you also provide a
tarball (e.g. poppler-test-0.5.3.tar.gz) of the test module (i.e. the stuff
reachable via "cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/poppler co
Is there any reason that just checking it out of cvs isn't good enough?
(In reply to comment #1)
> Is there any reason that just checking it out of cvs isn't good enough?
Checking it out of CVS doesn't necessarily guarantee to give you the test data
associated with a particular version.
You could just tag the test files the same as the release, I suppose, but you
could make the same argument for the release itself - the source tarball is
redundant in the same way a test-data tarball would be.
We are not going to release the test data.
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