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From Peter Ent <p...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Getting Mustella to work.
Date Fri, 24 Aug 2012 14:45:31 GMT
I've updated the mustella wiki to point to the
la location.

As for the Exclusion lists, I'm not 100% sure, but most of the items in
the list were tests that relied on Adobe test servers that cannot be
accessed for obvious reasons. I put some TileList tests on there yesterday
because I just could not figure out why they would not work with the
intent of using that list for us to go back to investigate; probably not
the wisest idea so I'll remove them today most likely. In the end, tests
that are on that list should be there for a good reason, otherwise the
tests should be repaired and run correctly or just removed because they
aren't valid any longer (such as relying on inaccessible services).


On 8/24/12 6:25 AM, "Justin Mclean" <justin@classsoftware.com> wrote:

>> 1) I couldn't (easily) find on which source I'm supposed to work.
>> Eventually I found an email from Alex referring to 'develop', and in
>> the SVN repo
>We probably need to update the SVN info on the web site/wiki to make it
>clear that people wishing to contribute need to work out of develop not
>> 2) spaces in paths... This gave me quit a headache.
>It's a know issue and again probably need to be more clearly spelt out in
>the documentation. A few people have looked fixing it but it's not
>straight forward to fix.
>> 3) the first Mustella test I ran was on components/TextArea, as that
>> was near the top of the table, didn't look to have too many test and
>> it passes... To my suprise it did pass, but not with the 30 tests
>> mentioned in the table, but it said it only passed 8 tests
>I think that there are excluded tests depending on what platform you run
>the tests on. Take a look at ExcludeListMac.txt (2600 lines) vs
>ExcludeListWin.txt (0 lines) in the mustella/tests directory. Anyone know
>why so many tests are excluded on OSX?

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