test scripts vs subdirectories?

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test scripts vs subdirectories?

Mike Miller-4
Hi all,

I just pushed a fix to include new unit tests in the Octave source
release:

  https://hg.savannah.gnu.org/hgweb/octave/rev/a13de3b84fdb

I noticed that all four of these subdirectories are a single .tst file
and a module.mk listing that .tst file. Is there a compelling reason to
put simple tests like these into their own subdirectories?

Thanks,

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mike

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Hi all,

I just pushed a fix to include new unit tests in the Octave source
release:

  https://hg.savannah.gnu.org/hgweb/octave/rev/a13de3b84fdb

I noticed that all four of these subdirectories are a single .tst file
and a module.mk listing that .tst file. Is there a compelling reason to
put simple tests like these into their own subdirectories?
No particular reason.  If you can move them up one level and remove the directories that would be great.

--Rik