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From "Alexei Fedotov" <alexei.fedo...@gmail.com>
Subject [drlvm][unit] 100% of class library tests pass
Date Wed, 15 Nov 2006 23:08:03 GMT
Folks,
According to http://harmonytest.org, today 100% of class library unit tests
pass on DRLVM. Thank you all! It takes 44 days for the great team we
are. Thanks for your thoughtful, diligent work and deep inspiration. Kudos
to you for the following (and not limited to this):

* Alexey Varlamov and Elena for driving the whole process
* Anton and Vladimir Ivanov for automating test runs
* Geir and Gregory for checking and committing related DRLVM patches
* Paulex, Tim, Nathan, Stepan and Mikhail Loenko for checking and committing
related class library patches
* Alexey Petrenko for becoming ICU expert and writing good JIRA issue
resolution guidelines
* Alexei Zakharov for resolving class library test issues * Ilya Okomin,
Denis Kishenko, Oleg Khaschansky and Alexey Ivanov for fixing class library
and tests
* Ivan, Egor, Mikhail Fursov, Nikolay Sidelnikov and Alexander Astapchuk for
making execution engines work
* Tatiana and Maxim for filing JIRA issues about test failures
* Nikolay Kuznetsov for completing thread interruption handling and
reverting consequences of park/unpark integration
* Pavel Afremov for fixing exception handling
* Boris Kuznetsov for intelligent fixing of security tests
* Rana and Salikh for evaluating and discussing problems, reviewing and
trying DRLVM patches
* Pavel Pervov and Evgueni for help with DRLVM patches
* Artem for discovering and fixing weird Windows* behavior
* My wife for bringing hot tea to the computer during sleepless nights

There are still open issues with reliability, multiprocessor and other
special configurations, so the page
http://wiki.apache.org/harmony/Unit_Tests_Pass_on_DRLVM  remains active. But
this shouldn't prevent us from including class library testing into Harmony
"zero regression" policy. What do you think?

-- 
Thank you,
Alexei

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