Default.mspec has a trace handler that causes assserts to print a
message instead of the dialog if %SILENTASSERT% is set. This listener
could be ported to a different location to make it work across the test
I just kicked off a new build on the buildserver but I think we should
come up with a better way of using tracing the debug assert statements
in a ci build. Currently they are displayed using a message box. Last
time there were only a couple of these popping up this time around when
it runs the suite after RubySpec B it has hundreds of them.
I disabled the diagnostics listeners for now so the build can proceed
without me having to hammer spacebar for about 20 minutes.
github seems to have a probleem with invoking the builds remotely so
I’ll set up polling on a daily schedule.