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From Jason Brown <jasedbr...@gmail.com>
Subject Testing and jira tickets
Date Thu, 09 Mar 2017 18:51:09 GMT
Hey all,

A nice convention we've stumbled into wrt to patches submitted via Jira is
to post the results of unit test and dtest runs to the ticket (to show the
patch doesn't break things). Many contributors have used the
DataStax-provided cassci system, but that's not the best long term
solution. To that end, I'd like to start a conversation about what is the
best way to proceed going forward, and then add it to the "How to
contribute" docs.

As an example, should contributors/committers run dtests and unit tests on
*some* machine (publicly available or otherwise), and then post those
results to the ticket? This could be a link to a build system, like what we
have with cassci, or just  upload the output of the test run(s).

I don't have any fixed notions, and am looking forward to hearing other's
ideas.

Thanks,

-Jason

p.s. a big thank you to DataStax for providing the cassci system

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