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From Brett Porter <br...@apache.org>
Subject Re: How does continuum detect a test success/failure?
Date Fri, 14 Mar 2008 21:14:26 GMT
It's just based on build failure, however if you want it to appear in  
the test results report you need to output the data in junit/surefire  
xml format.

- Brett

On 15/03/2008, at 4:13 AM, Joakim Erdfelt wrote:

> I'm working on getting a few non-standard testing tools (ones that  
> do not
> have surefire providers, re:jtest) into the build process, and would  
> like
> to get continuum to recognize test success and/or failure from those  
> tools
> too.
>
> How does continuum detect or consume this information (so that I can
> massage the results into a format that continuum can chunk on).
>
> Does it work off of maven exit codes?
> Does it work off of an Exception from maven?
> Does it work off of a keyword in the build output (SYSOUT)?
> Does it work off of the existance and contents of the
> target/surefire-reports/*.xml file?
> Or some combination of the above?
>
> Details:
>  * Using maven 2.0.x series.
>  * Testing occurs during testing phase, but not within surefire.
>  * Plugin can be created to massage the results into a format suitable
> for continuum.
>
> - Joakim

--
Brett Porter
brett@apache.org
http://blogs.exist.com/bporter/


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