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From Filip Maj <>
Subject Re: Code Freeze and Testing for 1.3
Date Tue, 13 Dec 2011 20:00:26 GMT
I was mainly pointing out that the API examples exist in callback-test...
Which was a surprise to me when I checked that repo this morning :)

On 11-12-13 11:57 AM, "Simon MacDonald" <> wrote:

>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
>> Perhaps we should have the "manual" tests in callback-test aka
>> simply be the examples in the API where applicable. We can also leave
>> 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" <>
>>>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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