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From "James E. King III (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (THRIFT-4782) Provide a dynamic interop matrix driven by the cross test results
Date Tue, 12 Feb 2019 05:10:00 GMT

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James E. King III updated THRIFT-4782:
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    Component/s: Website
                 Test Suite

> Provide a dynamic interop matrix driven by the cross test results
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: THRIFT-4782
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/THRIFT-4782
>             Project: Thrift
>          Issue Type: Wish
>          Components: Test Suite, Website
>            Reporter: James E. King III
>            Priority: Major
>
> For folks considering using thrift, one of the complaints I see multiple times in discussions
is that "if you stay from the core, you're on your own".  In other words, if I want to use
the compact protocol with a csharp client and a python3 server using zlib compression (transport
wrapper) on a framed transport, does it work?  How would I know?
> The cross test framework generates a large amount of data about what gets tested:
>  * client language
>  * server language
>  * transport
>  * transport wrapper (inferred as a transport currently)
>  * protocol
>  * success or failure
> And some things it would be nice to have:
>  * server type (simple, threaded, ASYNC) : this does not exist yet - most tests run with
a simple server.
> Also there is a list of known combinations that fail in {{test/known_failures_Linux.json}}.
> It would be really nice to have a web page someone can go to which would be able to analyze
the result of (and perhaps cache) the output from the cross test jobs in CI for release builds
and for master builds, and let folks choose a variety of ways to inspect the matrix.  
> # Select a server language, transport, and protocol.  What clients are currently tested
and known to work at a fundamental level?  What clients are known not to work?
> # Select a server language, client language, and one of transport or protocol; show the
other of the two and what works, what doesn't.
> There are probably others.  Something like this would be pretty useful to folks who are
trying to make a decision on whether to use thrift for their project or not.



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