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    • Jesper Louis Andersen's avatar
      EQC Test improvements · 5fec48c0
      Jesper Louis Andersen authored
      * Generalize binary generation because it is used again and again.
      * Use generalized binary generation in the hash functions since they are much faster as generators.
      5fec48c0
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    • Jesper Louis Andersen's avatar
      Introduce negative testing. · d3471348
      Jesper Louis Andersen authored
      Negative testing means we inject faulty data into the test now and then. When this happens, we make sure the SUT will
      return some kind of badarg error for bad arguments. This means we should make sure things actually work out as they should.
      
      As a side-effect, this can also be used to test for memory leaks. If run for a while, it makes sure there are no leaks in the code base,
      and it probably also makes sure there are no ways to crash the server by any means of use of these NIFs. As such, it looks like the
      NIFs are fairly stable.
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