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From Simon MacDonald <>
Subject Re: Code Freeze and Testing for 1.3
Date Tue, 13 Dec 2011 19:57:27 GMT
That's such a good idea that Bryce already did it. He added a bunch of
manual test cases to mobile-spec which is now callback/callback-test.
When you pull that code and put it into the www directory of your app
you will get the option to run the automated test cases and there are
areas where you can go in and test out the API as well.

Simon Mac Donald

On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 2:45 PM, Filip Maj <> wrote:
> Actually this is related to the callback-test message I sent to the list...
> Perhaps we should have the "manual" tests in callback-test aka mobile-spec
> simply be the examples in the API where applicable. We can also leave the
> platform-specific examples in there as well (like back button
> functionality, geo:// URL catching, etc.). That way all three steps in
> your process, Simon, involves wrapping up callback-test in a phonegap
> wrapper and testing with one application.
> Thoughts?
> On 11-12-13 7:24 AM, "Simon MacDonald" <> wrote:
>>The following is how I'm approaching testing for the upcoming 1.3.0
>>release. Others can use it as a guideline and feel free to offer
>>1) Run mobile-spec test suite using PhoneGap 1.2 and note the number
>>of passed test cases.
>>2) Run mobile-spec test suite using PhoneGap 1.3 and compare the
>>passed test cases to the previous run.
>>3) Run through the examples on which will give us
>>good API coverage and has the benefit of double checking the docs.
>>Since we are in a code freeze at this point we should only look to be
>>fixing any bugs that fail the regression tests, i.e. fix anything that
>>worked in 1.2 that we broke in 1.3 RC2.
>>Simon Mac Donald

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