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From Greg Dove <greg.d...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [FlexJS] Any gude to getting checkintests working
Date Sat, 04 Mar 2017 02:48:37 GMT
Thanks Chris, and Alex,

I am still working on getting the browser test support to work via either
maven or ant checkintests.

Thus far I get a firefox launch when running ant checkintests but nothing
displays and I eventually get
org.openqa.selenium.firefox.NotConnectedException: Unable to connect to
host on port 7055 after 45000 ms.

With maven I set the environment variable and also added geckodriver.exe
containing directory to the PATH, but I don't see any browser launch from
the build-examples.

So clearly I have something wrong with my setup for Selenium/Firefox, will
try to figure it out.

I have not run the selenium

On Sat, Mar 4, 2017 at 2:02 AM, Christofer Dutz <christofer.dutz@c-ware.de>

> Hi Greg,
> With Maven it should also work.
> For the compiler:
> If you do a “mvn clean install” it should run almost all unit-tests and
> integration-tests.
> If you define an Evironment variable FLASHPLAYER_DEBUGGER (Same as for the
> ANT build) pointing to the flash debug player the integration-tests with
> Flash should work.
> For the typedefs:
> They don’t have tests (at least in Maven)
> For the framework:
> A simple “mvn clean install” compiles just the framework libs, but doesn’t
> build the examples.
> If you do a “mvn clean install –P build-examples” it will also build the
> examples (Examples will run a small unit test that tests, the build
> artifacts are correctly created)
> If you do a “mvn clean install –P build-distribution” it will also build
> the distribution (but not the examples)
> If you do a “mvn clean install –P build-examples,build-distribution” it
> will build the libs, examples and distribution.
> And If you also define an environment variable “webdriver.gecko.driver” to
> the selenium gecko-driver and run “mvn clean install –P build-examples” the
> build will also run some browser-tests.
> Chris
> Am 03.03.17, 05:59 schrieb "Greg Dove" <gregdove@apache.org>:
>     There are a few things I have not yet gotten working so far, and the
> ant checkintests is one of them.
>     If I understand correctly I should be running this before any commit?
> I tried to make sense of this today, but it is not so easy (for me) because
> I am unfamiliar with this stuff.
>     As I have never done this so far, is it ok if I just continue to
> commit based on the regular ant and maven builds (with their various tests)
> completing successfully? Otherwise if I need to get this set up, is there a
> guide to doing so somewhere that I can follow?

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