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Question: Do you use unit tests of some kind for REAPER? I mean are there any measurements for not breaking things? Talent aside.
Asked by Gio (94.66.58.x) on June 16 2019, 9:24am
Reply on June 16 2019, 9:47pm:
    Not exactly, the scope would be too wide IMO. But we do try to test thoroughly when changing things, and keep complex changes in public development builds for a long time to catch regressions. Even then though they sometimes do sneak through to releases, usually (but not always) in non-critical ways.

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