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From "Geir Magnusson Jr." <g...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: [drlvm][jvmti][testing] I want to add JVMTI tests to drlvm commit checks
Date Mon, 30 Oct 2006 23:27:27 GMT

Gregory Shimansky wrote:
> Hello
> JVMTI implementation is quite a big piece of drlvm code which doesn't have any 
> tests that are ran regularly. This may create regressions in JVMTI 
> implementation which won't be caught early. So I want to add several small 
> tests for JVMTI which would cover most of the currently implemented 
> functionality.


> The specific of such tests is that they have to have a custom command line, to 
> specify -agentlib:<agent name> library. They also require to build native 
> code. They need to be run in default (JIT) mode and on interpreter.

Ok.  You can do that from ant

> Current tests which we have for commit checks for drlvm don't have these 
> features out of the box. Cunit tests build native code, but don't run java 
> executable. Smoke and kernel tests don't have native code and don't have a 
> custom command line.
> So I should either create a new 4th category for tests with custom build file, 
> or extend one of the current categories which we have. The most close to what 
> I need is probably smoke tests category. I need to add building native code 
> part and add a custom command line setting somewhere.
> Or do you think I should go with completely new tests category?

New category



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