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From "Richard S. Hall" <he...@ungoverned.org>
Subject Re: TCK progress
Date Thu, 16 Oct 2008 12:59:25 GMT
Rob Walker wrote:
> Cool - good news.
>
> Not sure how your voice/influence with OSGi is these days.

Me neither! :-)

> Something that occured to me and others recently, was the apparent 
> lack of "standard" TCK tests for the Http alias expansion/resolution - 
> the spec is quite comprehensive, but we've seen that it is open to 
> "interpretation" in a number of areas. There are possibly other Http 
> aspects that might benefit with official TCK tests too, for example I 
> just raised FELIX-772, which I'm not really sure is a bug or expected 
> behaviour. I suspect it's something that HttpService implementations 
> take their own view on depending on what is seen as normal Http server 
> behaviour. So it might be nice if it was (a) spec'd; and (b) 
> verifiable by TCK.

I will bring it up.

-> richard

>
> Cheers
>
> -- Rob
>
> Richard S. Hall wrote:
>> FYI
>>
>> I just committed a patch for FELIX-35, which implemented the few 
>> remaining PackageAdmin methods from R4 that we were missing. That's 
>> good in and of itself, but even better -- we are now passing 13 of 15 
>> test suites from the TCK.
>>
>> I will try to find the time to update our status page, but the 
>> remaining issues revolve around fragments, execution environment 
>> checking, and native code matching. With fragments, we aren't doing 
>> too bad either, since we only have partial support, but are passing 
>> several of the tests in the fragment test suite.
>>
>> Always good to make progress with the TCK.
>>
>> It looks like we will be able to have a worthwhile Felix 1.4.0 
>> release in the next couple of weeks.
>>
>> -> richard
>

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