@@ 9,8 9,8 @@ To run tests, on a CentOS 8 system, become root and then
Not every line in `coLunacyDNS.c` is covered by the tests. There
are a number if `#ifdef GCOV` blocks which hide this code from the tester:
* A test in the IPv6 parser will never be reached, but I have to to keep
the IPv6 parser robust.
* A test in the IPv6 parser will never be reached, but I will keep
this code to keep the IPv6 parser robust.
* The code which exits w/o `/dev/random`: I am not going to remove
`/dev/urandom` system wide for a SQA test. I *know* this code works;
@@ 22,7 22,7 @@ are a number if `#ifdef GCOV` blocks which hide this code from the tester:
rand32() *before* init_rng(), but nah)
* We will never reach a block of code which makes an IP `127.0.0.1`
* A couple of tests for bad sockets or bind IPs will never be reached.
Not “fixing”, I would rather have two checks than zero checks.