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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: [Mustella] still failing, must fix
Date Sun, 25 May 2014 03:59:20 GMT
Hi Nick,

Does "local image" mean mx:Image, spark:Image or any bitmap compare?  Are
you sure you have the embedded font libraries set up?

Can you send me a .png, bad.png and the SWF that produced the failure?

Thanks,
-Alex

On 5/24/14 7:49 PM, "Nicholas Kwiatkowski" <nicholas@spoon.as> wrote:

>My issue is that about half of my local image tests fail, so its difficult
>for me to get a baseline...  If I have local test that fails before I make
>changes, I skip those tests and go on...
>
>Instead of having another branch that we need to mess with that will be
>polluted with failures, it might be nice to somehow instruct one of the
>test servers to build off another branch that we are ready to have tested.
> If that passes, then we can merge it into develop.  That would encourage
>people to use branches more often, and may clean up the testing process...
>
>-Nick
>
>
>On Thu, May 22, 2014 at 11:46 PM, Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> On 5/22/14 6:34 PM, "Nicholas Kwiatkowski" <nicholas@spoon.as> wrote:
>>
>> >Whats the easiest way to request a branch to be tested in Mustella?  I
>> >have
>> >a few branches that I've not been able to fully test in my local
>>Mustella
>> >(the changes include tests that have always failed in my local
>>instance.
>> That's a good question.  However, if you've made a check in and there
>>are
>> new failures in the run that includes your changes, it would be a good
>> idea to run some of those tests yourself with and without your changes
>>and
>> if your changes make a difference, consider reverting.
>>
>> My email-driven patch testing server was a bit too flaky so I've taken
>>it
>> down, but now that I've got an Azure machine, I'm considering conjuring
>>up
>> a web-app driven patch testing server if I ever find time or other
>> volunteers can pitch in.  At Adobe we used a web-app patch testing
>>server.
>>  You visit some URL and submit your patch and you'll get an email back
>> with the set of failures.
>>
>> We could also just set up a branch that folks submit to first and have
>> jenkins run mustella on that branch, but it still gets messy when
>>several
>> changes are in a run.
>>
>> If anybody wants to help write the web-app for the patch testing server,
>> let me know.
>>
>> -Alex
>>
>>


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