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From Filip at Apache <fha...@apache.org>
Subject Re: test cases
Date Thu, 10 Jan 2008 19:33:10 GMT
don't sweat it :)
as with everything the ASF does, it does in public, takes a while to get 
used to,

Filip

Neeraj Joshi wrote:
> Hey All,
> Sorry for my ignorance I wasn't aware that this is highly discouraged! 
> I'll stick to posting on the list.
> Thanks
> Neeraj
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> "Those are my principles. If you don't like them I have others." 
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> http://incubator.apache.org/imperius
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> Neeraj Joshi
> Autonomic Computing Policy Development
> Tivoli, IBM
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> Filip at Apache <fhanik@apache.org> 
> 01/10/2008 11:45 AM
> Please respond to
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> Neeraj Joshi wrote:
>   
>> Hi Erik,
>> So the sample policies were designed as test cases to test the major 
>> features of SPL.
>> That was one of the reasons why they were part of the JavaSPL module 
>> initially (shipping them as samples was an after thought).
>>  We have a couple of 'ComputerSystem' related polices those are more 
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> like 
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>> samples (and there are no junit tests associated with them)
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>> I agree that pure unit tests that don't require visual inspection would 
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> be 
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>> ideal but IMO its a non-trivial task. If you like we can setup 
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> conference
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>> calls to discuss this in more detail?
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> you don't wanna do that, not good for the community. even IRC is 
> questionable, but more acceptable as you can post the log here.
> the thing with both calls and IRC, you can't make any decisions (none 
> that are valid), so what ever you discuss, you need to bring back here, 
> if there needs to be a decision made
> try to do as much as you can over the mailing lists
>
> Filip
>   
>> Thanks
>> Neeraj
>>
>>
>>
>> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>> "Those are my principles. If you don't like them I have others." 
>>
>> http://incubator.apache.org/imperius
>>
>> Neeraj Joshi
>> Autonomic Computing Policy Development
>> Tivoli, IBM
>>
>> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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>> "Erik Bengtson" <erik@jpox.org> 
>> 01/09/2008 03:25 PM
>> Please respond to
>> imperius-dev@incubator.apache.org
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>> Subject
>> test cases
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>> Hi,
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>> I'm promised to provide some test cases, but in the form the tests are 
>> coded
>> now, you can only recognize failures by visual means. Secondly, the 
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> tests
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>> are not appropriately structured. See:
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>> Splcore has main classes and unit tests. OK
>> Javaspl has main classes. OK
>> JavaSPL-Samples has sample policies and sample API usage. It also has 
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> unit
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>> tests, but these can only be validated visually.
>>
>> I propose moving the tests from JavaSPL-Samples to JavaSPL, since 
>>     
> samples
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>> should only contain samples, and rewrite these tests using junit 
>> assertions.
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>> I can patch those, but if beforehand you can review/apply the patches in
>> JIRA it's great.
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