[chromium-dev] Adding "enabled-all-experimental" switch Berend-Jan Wever Wed Mar 24 19:00:21 2010
Hey all, I'm trying to fuzz new and experimental features as soon as possible. The speed at which we are adding new features makes it hard for me to track what we are adding and write fuzzers for each new feature. However, I have been working on fuzzers that should be able to find and test these new features without me even knowing about them, but looking at the source code. However, if these new features need to be abled through a command-line switch, my fuzzer will try to fuzz a disabled feature and waste time. So, I was wondering how feasible it is to create an "enabled-all-experimental" switch. Each new feature could still be disabled by default and continue to have a seperate switch to enable it specifically, but all these new and experimental features should also be enabled when the "enabled-all-experimental" switch is supplied. That way, I wouldn't have to worry about which features we are working on but are still disabled by default. Unles anybody objects, I will get this implemented, but it would of course require future experimental features to also check for this switch, or it will become useles pretty quickly. So, I will need everybody's cooperation. Thanks! BJ Berend-Jan Wever ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) | Security Software Engineer Google Netherlands B.V. | Reg: Claude Debussylaan 34, 15th floor 1082 MD Amsterdam 34198589 | NETHERLANDS | VAT / Tax ID:- 812788515 B01 -- Chromium Developers mailing list: [EMAIL PROTECTED] View archives, change email options, or unsubscribe: http://groups.google.com/group/chromium-dev To unsubscribe from this group, send email to chromium-dev+unsubscribegooglegroups.com or reply to this email with the words "REMOVE ME" as the subject.
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