Mats Lidell writes:
The core tests should not depend on functionality in the packages.
Sure, I accept that as a principle. I'm not going to do anything
about it, though, unless somebody's willing to guarantee me an income
of USD 100,000 for five years. Otherwise I need to keep my day job.
Now, this is not the problem here. The unit tests that clearly
that the core functionality is broken are fixed by a package.
That's a bug in the core, then. Let's fix it.
It only shows up in the buildbot since no packages are installed
That is also a bug in core. There is a missing package-suppress form,
which would make it show up for the developers, too.
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