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From Milamber <milam...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Release 5.4.1
Date Mon, 11 Jan 2021 11:49:53 GMT

I can start the release process for 5.4.1 today?

On 09/01/2021 22:04, Felix Schumacher wrote:
> Am 09.01.21 um 17:45 schrieb Philippe Mouawad:
>> Hello Felix,
>> My answers inline below.
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> On Sat, Jan 9, 2021 at 4:28 PM Felix Schumacher
>> <felix.schumacher@internetallee.de
>> <mailto:felix.schumacher@internetallee.de>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>      Am 09.01.21 um 15:28 schrieb Philippe Mouawad:
>>>      Hello,
>>>      First best wishes for 2021 for all the team, I hope you're all
>>>      doing fine !
>>>
>>>      Second, I think we should release a 5.4.1 now.
>>>      On my side I've been testing it for few days on Mac OSX and I
>>>      also made some tests on Windows, my colleague did it on Linux.
>>>
>>>      The last bug on JTree due to Darklaf
>>>      (https://github.com/weisJ/darklaf/issues/228) was already there
>>>      in 5.3 and it's not that problematic.
>>>
>>>      WDYT ?
>>      I would like to hear your opinion on the bugs 65053 and 65034.
>>
>>      Bug 65053 is about downgrading JSONPath to 2.4.0 due to a bug with
>>      regex parsing. I think we could go back to 2.4.0 without loosing
>>      too much.
>>
>> Ok by me, sounds acceptable.
>>
>>      Bug 65034 is about an old bug(?) in handling reading of
>>      binarytcpclient when no EOM is set. Those requests will always
>>      fail (at least in my tests). I think we should change the
>>      behaviour for the case when no EOM is given to not fail on
>>      SocketTimeoutException.
>>
>>
>> I looked at your patch, it looks good to me. Thanks
> Both committed.
>
> Felix
>
>>      Apart from that, I am in favour of releasing soon (or even now :) )
>>
>>      Felix
>>
>>>      Regards
>>>      Philippe
>>>
>>>      On Fri, Dec 11, 2020 at 12:27 PM Felix Schumacher
>>>      <felix.schumacher@internetallee.de
>>>      <mailto:felix.schumacher@internetallee.de>> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>          Am 11. Dezember 2020 12:16:09 MEZ schrieb Philippe Mouawad
>>>          <philippe.mouawad@gmail.com <mailto:philippe.mouawad@gmail.com>>:
>>>          >On Fri, Dec 11, 2020 at 12:09 PM Felix Schumacher <
>>>          >felix.schumacher@internetallee.de
>>>          <mailto:felix.schumacher@internetallee.de>> wrote:
>>>          >
>>>          >>
>>>          >>
>>>          >> Am 11. Dezember 2020 11:45:22 MEZ schrieb Philippe Mouawad
<
>>>          >> philippe.mouawad@gmail.com
>>>          <mailto:philippe.mouawad@gmail.com>>:
>>>          >> >Hello,
>>>          >> >What is the level of UI test done after Darklaf upgrade
?
>>>          >>
>>>          >> Which level do you want to achieve?
>>>          >>
>>>          >> I have opened, saved an edited some simple test plans
>>>          while working
>>>          >on the
>>>          >> recruiting issues. Nothing fancy. No problems seen on
>>>          Ubuntu with
>>>          >Darklaf
>>>          >> (light intellij theme), that I have noticed.
>>>          >>
>>>          >
>>>          >Has somebody done Windows 7 and 10 tests ?
>>>          >This is where I saw most of the bugs.
>>>          >I'll try to do that ,but for now I didn't find time to do it
>>>          yet.
>>>
>>>          I haven't tested yet on windows, but had planned it for the rc.
>>>
>>>          >
>>>          >I didn't yet have time to test on Mac OS.
>>>
>>>          I don't have that os :)
>>>
>>>          >
>>>          >>
>>>          >> >
>>>          >> >Looks a bit too early for me.
>>>          >>
>>>          >> How long should we calculate?
>>>          >>
>>>          >
>>>          >Just when we complete a minimum of tests on Mac and Windows,
>>>          what do
>>>          >you
>>>          >think ?
>>>
>>>          I thought, that those tests could be done on the rc, but if
>>>          you want to have a bit more than the minimal testing that has
>>>          been performed by the reporters of the last issues (all
>>>          windows based I believe), then we should wait a bit more and
>>>          test actively on windows.
>>>
>>>          Give us a shout, when you feel more comfortable with the
>>>          level of testing. I have no real pressure on this, Linux
>>>          seems to work great ;) in the mean time I will try to test on
>>>          windows, too.
>>>
>>>          Regards
>>>           Felix
>>>
>>>          >
>>>          >>
>>>          >> Regards
>>>          >>  Felix
>>>          >>
>>>          >>
>>>          >> >
>>>          >> >Thanks
>>>          >> >
>>>          >> >On Fri, Dec 11, 2020 at 10:58 AM Milamber
>>>          <milamber@apache.org <mailto:milamber@apache.org>>
>>>          >wrote:
>>>          >> >
>>>          >> >>
>>>          >> >> I can release version 5.4.1. Now?
>>>          >> >>
>>>          >> >> On 10/12/2020 21:17, Felix Schumacher wrote:
>>>          >> >> > Hi all,
>>>          >> >> >
>>>          >> >> > I think, we have waited long enough, to give
people
>>>          time for
>>>          >> >feedback on
>>>          >> >> > the last release.
>>>          >> >> >
>>>          >> >> > Let's do another release. Who would like to act
as RM?
>>>          >> >> >
>>>          >> >> > Regards
>>>          >> >> >
>>>          >> >> >   Felix
>>>          >> >> >
>>>          >> >> > PS. I will test the next RC with Windows
>>>          >> >> >
>>>          >> >> > Am 07.12.20 um 16:06 schrieb Felix Schumacher:
>>>          >> >> >> Am 07.12.20 um 13:58 schrieb Philippe Mouawad:
>>>          >> >> >>> Hello,
>>>          >> >> >>> It looks like we may need to release
a 5.4.1 due to
>>>          some
>>>          >> >regressions
>>>          >> >> and
>>>          >> >> >>> issues with Darklaf.
>>>          >> >> >> Yes, it certainly looks like a soon next
release. I
>>>          would like
>>>          >to
>>>          >> >wait a
>>>          >> >> >> few days, to see, if more problems get reported
(not
>>>          weeks,
>>>          >> >though).
>>>          >> >> >>
>>>          >> >> >>
>>>          >> >> >>> Regarding Darklaf, we are having constantly
since
>>>          it was
>>>          >> >introduced
>>>          >> >> issues
>>>          >> >> >>> with it on different platforms. Jannis
is very
>>>          reactive to fix
>>>          >> >those
>>>          >> >> issues
>>>          >> >> >>> which is great.
>>>          >> >> >>>
>>>          >> >> >>> But the issues are very impacting in
terms of UI
>>>          experience
>>>          >(at
>>>          >> >least
>>>          >> >> the
>>>          >> >> >>> ones I faced in the past) and we are
still not stable.
>>>          >> >> >>>
>>>          >> >> >>> How can we do to make our releases more
robust ?
>>>          >> >> >>> It looks like our automated test don't
detect them.
>>>          And the
>>>          >> >manual
>>>          >> >> tests me
>>>          >> >> >>> wake as part of our release process neither.
>>>          >> >> >>> I personally use JMeter mainly on MacOSX,
only
>>>          sometimes on
>>>          >> >Windows 10.
>>>          >> >> >>>
>>>          >> >> >>> I faced many issues on Windows as I had
to use it
>>>          for one
>>>          >> >customer,
>>>          >> >> this is
>>>          >> >> >>> how I reported them.
>>>          >> >> >> That's what I thought, too. I think we need
more
>>>          automated
>>>          >tests
>>>          >> >for the
>>>          >> >> >> GUI part, as one regression showed up on
saving test
>>>          plans on a
>>>          >> >Windows
>>>          >> >> OS.
>>>          >> >> >>
>>>          >> >> >> @All, do you have experience testing a (Swing)
GUI?
>>>          What would
>>>          >be
>>>          >> >a good
>>>          >> >> >> way to introduce this, for at least some
basic stuff
>>>          like
>>>          >opening
>>>          >> >a test
>>>          >> >> >> plan, creating one through the UI, saving
it.
>>>          >> >> >>
>>>          >> >> >>> @Dev team, what are the OSes you use
?
>>>          >> >> >> Linux (Ubuntu really)
>>>          >> >> >>
>>>          >> >> >>
>>>          >> >> >>> If we are not able to improve this, maybe
we should
>>>          switch
>>>          >back
>>>          >> >to
>>>          >> >> System
>>>          >> >> >>> LAFs.
>>>          >> >> >> That is always possible.
>>>          >> >> >>
>>>          >> >> >> Regards
>>>          >> >> >>
>>>          >> >> >>   Felix
>>>          >> >> >>
>>>          >> >> >>> Regards
>>>          >> >>
>>>          >> >>
>>>          >>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>      --
>>>      Cordialement.
>>>      Philippe Mouawad.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> -- 
>> Cordialement.
>> Philippe Mouawad.
>>
>>


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