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Subject [Jdo Wiki] Update of "TestingAndBuilding" by RichardSchilling
Date Fri, 12 Sep 2008 16:56:42 GMT
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The following page has been changed by RichardSchilling:
http://wiki.apache.org/jdo/TestingAndBuilding

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  If you haven't done that already, then these instructions aren't going to help you too much
- they will merely provide some insight on the build process.
  
- == Steps In Adding A New Test ==
+ == Steps In Adding A New Test To the JDO Source Tree ==
  
- You've made a modification to your code, and you have built the source with your changes,
and now you need to build a test to be certain it works.  Since the JDO build environment
relies on JUnit for testing, and because there are a lot of JUnit tests already set up you
will be adding your test code to the existing testing framework.
+ You've made a modification to the JDO code which you've already checked out from the SVN
repository.  And you have successfully built the source (with your new changes).  Now you
need to build a test to be certain your change works.  This is as important as making the
change itself, and a requirement of the JDO project to get your changes accepted.  
+ 
+ This web page will walk you through the process.
  
  
- == More Coming Soon ... ==
+  1. Familiarize yourself with the directory structure associated with the test code, and
use your favorite IDE to do some discovery.
  
+     More coming soon....
+ 
+  2. Add to the existing test code so that it stimulates the lines of code you changed in
the JDO source tree.
+ 
+     More coming soon....
+ 
+  3. Set up configuration files.
+ 
+     More coming soon....
+     
+ 

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