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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "StandaloneStatus" by DagWanvik
Date Sat, 25 Mar 2006 20:43:19 GMT
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The following page has been changed by DagWanvik:
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/StandaloneStatus

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  = Status of running tests standalone =
  
- Many tests can only be run as part of a suite. Even when tests can be run on their own,
they cannot always be run with the useprocess=''false'' setting. It is desirable that this
be the case, because it aids debugging and is also faster than running the tests in a separate
process. The table below shows a snapshot of running all tests standalone in the three frameworks,
with both useprocess=''true'' and useprocess=''false''.
+ Many tests can only be run as part of a suite. Even when tests can be run on their own,
they cannot always be run with the useprocess=''false'' setting. It is desirable that this
be the case, because it facilitates debugging and is also faster than running the test in
a separate process. The table below shows a snapshot of running all tests standalone in the
three frameworks, with both useprocess=''true'' and useprocess=''false''.
  
  The set of tests was determined by taking the union of all tests mentioned in the set of
*.runall and *.exclude files.
  Obviously, not all tests are meaningful to run in all frameworks, nor standalone. This status
table just shows the full status as of the date given below. YMMV.
  
- Date of snapshot: 2006-03-24, corresponding to svn revision 387640 on Solaris 10/x86 using
Sun's JVM 1.4.2.
+ Date of snapshot: 2006-03-24, corresponding to svn revision 387640 on Solaris 10/x86 using
Sun's JVM 1.4.2. The tests were run off the class directory, not jars. I intend to run the
whole thing with sane and insane jars as well.
  
  The results are given by indicating one of five values for each test: 
  

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