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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: [FalconJX] Using RIATest
Date Mon, 06 May 2013 04:09:28 GMT
Hi Tigran,

Thanks for your continued efforts to make this happen.  If you want a
guarantee that there won't be rejection, then the project should have a
vote, but before that, I think we need to the point where folks can try
RIATest on FlexJS/FalconJX.

In the flex-asjs repo, there are several "examples".  I have one more to
contribute once I fix a bug in it, and I think one more is going to land
soon that is based on Jquery.

What I would like to see is a way to run RIATest on all of the examples.
Then, maybe when we start the discussion leading up to the vote, folks can
get the trial version of RIATest and run it so they can see what it can do.

I have a couple of other items in my queue I need to deal with first, so can
we pick this up again later this coming week or the week after?

Thanks,
-Alex


On 5/3/13 11:14 PM, "Tigran Najaryan" <tignaj@gmail.com> wrote:

>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Alex Harui [mailto:aharui@adobe.com]
>> Well, hopefully, there will be lots of committers contributing to the
> FlexJS
>> framework.  IMO, all of them should be writing tests.  One of these days
> we
>> will build out a test suite for FlexJS, probably using something like
> FlexUnit
>> for unit testing.
> Do you expect more than 10 people write RIATest tests? I think that's the
> maximum number of Professional licenses my company can donate right now,
> probably 5 for Mac and 5 for Windows. If you expect more people to write
> tests then I need to find some other way. Of course anyone who already is a
> RIATest customer and owns a license will be able to write tests as well.
> Note sure if any of our customers are Apache Flex committers though.
> 
> BTW, using RIATest does not exclude unit testing in any way. For best
> results both unit testing and UI functional testing (when there is a UI)
> should be used.
> 
>> I guess so.  I still think the same person will want to run the tests
> against the
>> SDK on the same machine they develop tests for the app they are building.
>> It will be possible to have two licenses on a computer?
> There is no need to have 2 licenses. Anyone who has a RIATest Professional
> edition license will have full ability to both write and run the tests. The
> license that allows to develop tests includes the rights to run them as
> well. 
> 
> 
> If everyone on Apache Flex team is OK with this I will go ahead. If there
> are other objections please speak now. I need to spend efforts and time to
> make this happen. If this is going to be rejected it better happens now.
> 
> Thanks,
> Tigran.
> 

-- 
Alex Harui
Flex SDK Team
Adobe Systems, Inc.
http://blogs.adobe.com/aharui


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