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From Rodric Rabbah <>
Subject Re: Are Java actions first class citizens?
Date Wed, 13 Sep 2017 16:26:36 GMT
Send a pull request :)
I would suggest adding to the docs to show this is possible now:

On Wed, Sep 13, 2017 at 12:23 PM, Minto van der Sluis <> wrote:

> Hi Rodric,
> The complexity was not really in the code changes or in building it. But
> more I trying to get my own environment up and running and check if it
> worked with my own actions. But I have to admit I have not spent much time
> on trying to set it up after my first attempt failed.
> Adding the test scenario's was more like monkey see monkey do. I was only
> surprised to see the tests separated from the code. But that is probably
> due to the tests being integration test (initially I was looking for
> unittests).
> Since you tested my changes, I there anything I need to do to get these
> changes accepted?
> Regards,
> misl
> On 13-09-17 16:20, Rodric Rabbah wrote:
>> I ran your test for the fully qualified name after reviewing it and it
>> passes. Was your concern that writing the test was too hard or too coarse
>> grained to do?
>> It's true, it would be nice to just test the name resolution, as opposed
>> going through the entire flow and initializing/communicating with an
>> actual
>> container.
>> If that's what you mean by "complex" - I think adding unit tests for the
>> Java proxy makes sense. +1
>> Otherwise, your test is fine. I made a small change locally just to be
>> paranoid.
>> 62c38dfdc9
>> -r

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