harmony-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From "Nina Rinskaya" <nina.rinsk...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [testing] Eclipse Unit Tests run under Cruise Control
Date Tue, 06 Mar 2007 09:30:26 GMT

As it was discussed above in this thread, I'd like to start sending
Cruise Control notifications about Eclipse Unit Tests failures to
alerts@harmony.apache.org (if nobody minds).

I'm running EUT under Cruise Control on Linux (SLES9) IA32 and Windows
XP IA32. A number of EUT suites that fail/crash are excluded from the
regular runs in order to have all tests passed as a normal state and
thus to monitor regression failures. Note that the number of excluded
tests is large now, because I didn't find an easy way to exclude
tests, not test suites, and I'm excluding the whole suite if it has 1
failing testcase. I'll try to work on exlude list clean-up and on
finding better way to exclude single tests.

I hope that everything would work ok, but I'd like to apologize in
advance for possible junk mail (false failure notifications) in
alerts@harmony.apache.org mailing list.


On 12/22/06, Nina Rinskaya <nina.rinskaya@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> That's just to let you know that I run Eclipse Unit Tests under Cruise
> Control on Linux (SLES 9)/ia32 and windows (xp)/ia32. During last 10
> days Alexey Ignatenko and I worked on enabling EUT on Harmony and have
> increased EUT pass rate from ~60% up to 93-95% (not taking into
> account some intermittent failures). Many-many thanks to Alexey
> Ignatenko for all his great work.
> Does it make sense to report EUT regressions to the mailing list?
> Well, first try. Today my local Cruise Control reported significant
> EUT pass rate downgrade with similar failures logs, and Eclipse failed
> to start (silently died after "Select Workspace" dialog). It looks
> like it is caused by commit r489307 - just comparing classlib
> rollbacks to r489307 (Eclipse dies, some EUT tests fail) and r489306
> (Eclipse 'Hello world' passes, EUT tests pass as usually). Could
> anybody take a look at this issue please?
> Thanks,
> Nina

View raw message