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From Peter Ent <p...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Getting Mustella to work.
Date Tue, 28 Aug 2012 13:29:38 GMT
When you run any mustella test set for the first time, DO NOT use
-createImages. Just run it simply, such as:

./mini_run tests/components/Application

This will run the tests and compare them to the current baseline images.
If you get any compare-bitmap failures, use ImageDiff to look at the
bad.png (the one just created by your test run) and the baseline .png

If you see differences in the fonts, which is to be expected, or a
baseline image had a graphic and the bad.png has a solid rectangle, that
is also expected. In these cases, new baselines need to be generated. I
tried to generate and save all new baselines, but with the thousands of
tests, I'm sure I missed some.

If you see minor differences, like I saw yesterday with a pixel that's
difference or something just slightly off, we should know about it and
then we can figure out what to do. I think we should at least get
confirmation of the same difference from several people so we can make an
informed decision.


On 8/28/12 5:56 AM, "Kiel" <kiel.s.sinfuego@gmail.com> wrote:

>Hi Carlos,
>I'll follow the steps mentioned.
>Got concerned since the number of Passes & Fails didn't match the lists
>on wiki.
>On 8/28/2012 5:46 PM, Carlos Rovira wrote:
>> Hi Kiel,
>> take into account that github is not synced with SVN right now, so
>> there you will not find the latest fixes to mustella for at least 2
>> weeks.
>> the team is working with INFRA to get official GIT support. For the
>> latest news this will resolved in the following 1 to 3 weeks.
>> In the meanwhile, we and others use the following path to work:
>> 1) get SVN "develop" branch.
>> 2) work in your local copy.
>> 3) when you are done with a fix, extract the folder (I do this with
>> eclipse-subversive)
>> now:
>> 4) in github, fork apache flex
>> 5) in your machine clone the fork
>> 6) create a branch
>> 7) copy the extract folder created in 3) overlaying it (overwrite)
>> 8) commit to the new branch
>> 9) push to origin (github)
>> 10) create a JIRA ticket
>> 11) create a pull request
>> 12) link the jira ticket to the pull request and viceversa
>> 13) submit to this mailing list
>> This works because the layout folder structure is the same and the
>> failing mustella folders are untouched at the moment so you can
>> overwrite with your changes and make a pull request only with the
>> changes.
>> Alex, Peter and Carol are getting this pull request as patches without
>> Best,
>> Carlos
>> 2012/8/28 Kiel <kiel.s.sinfuego@gmail.com>:
>>> Greetings,
>>> How to do the Mustella tests on Git(Github)?
>>> Will I fork "unstable"?

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