Open Source Software Development Tool: Upgrade Progress

The overall purpose of the current Programmable Software Development
Environment upgrade process is to certify that a product generated is
certifiably releasable.

To certify a software parts library, every command except the _ERROR
command defining a library must respond to a ‘<—‘ debug flag comment
at the end of a the command line. Specifically, when the debug flag is
present, the subject command will be executed first and then the
command data (command, arguments, and results) will be displayed and
then the operator will be given a option of terminated execution or

The _ERROR command must be corrected to equivalently respond to the
debug flag.

The major difference between the _ERROR command and all other commands
is that the debug flag will be processed before the command is executed.

The Programmable Software Development Environment will be modified so
that the _ERROR command will respond to the debug flag before
terminating execution.

FRIDAY 2014/04/04

STATUS: I have re-examine all of the code associated with the _ERROR
command with a single argument.

DETAIL: The _ERROR command basically terminates the execution of the
development process. When a test project is being executed and an
_ERROR command with an argument is encountered, the specific test case
is terminated and the test project is allowed to process the next test

RESULTS: I found that if the _ERROR command with an argument and no
“<—-” or date will behave as it was original defined.

NEXT TASK: The manual description of the _ERROR command needs to be


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