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From Ugo Cei <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: cvs commit: cocoon-2.1/tools/targets test-build.xml
Date Thu, 29 Apr 2004 08:57:43 GMT
Il giorno 29/apr/04, alle 02:36, joerg@apache.org ha scritto:

> joerg       2004/04/28 17:36:06
>
>   Modified:    tools/targets test-build.xml
>   Log:
>   output test results into files, create a nice junit report (= HTML) 
> out of it;
>   no longer "haltonfailure" for the tests (we would not get the 
> report), if we need a failing build we can use "failureproperty"

The HTML report certainly looks nice and I'm 100% for it.

But not halting on failure looks like a risk, IMHO. We already have 
commits done without running the tests and I'm afraid that the few 
people that do run tests will suppose they succeeded just because they 
see "BUILD SUCCESSFUL" at the end, and missing a single "FAILED" in the 
output is all too easy.

Couldn't we have two targets for this? "Build test" will work just as 
before and "build testreport" will create the HTML report and not halt.

	WDYT?

		Ugo


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