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From "Craig R. McClanahan" <craig...@apache.org>
Subject Re: http 302 issue on tomcat 4.0.1
Date Tue, 04 Jun 2002 03:08:59 GMT


> >
> > Do we have any regression tests I can use to see if my changes have
> > broken anything?  Or should I just commit the changes when they are
> > ready, and hope someone will notice any bugs before we release?
> >

There is in fact a regression test suite, in the "tester" subdirectory of
the jakarta-tomcat-4.0 repository.  After you build Tomcat, build and
install the tester webapps like this:

  cd tester
  ant deploy

Then start or restart Tomcat and run:

  $CATALINA_HOME/bin/tester.sh foo

to run the "foo" set of tests.  If you leave off "foo", it will run all of
them.  Too see what's available:

  $CATALINA_HOME/bin/tester.sh -projecthelp

Each test outputs a success or failure message -- grep for FAIL in the
output is the easiest way to check for problems.

Besides passing the test suite, you should also ensure that the Watchdog
tests also pass (they are the basis for the tests that check for spec
compliance against the Servlet 2.3 and JSP 1.2 specs) from the
"jakarta-watchdog-4.0" CVS repository.

Craig McClanahan


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