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Re: [cbi-dev] Jenkins & Xvfb

Jonah, Fred,

thanks for your feedback.

Trying the Xvnc option wasn't successful. Therefore, I've created a ticket to ask for Jenkins Xvfb support:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=549190



Best, Philip

Am 11.07.19 um 18:00 schrieb Frederic Gurr:
Hi,

SWTBot is the first project that comes to my mind.
See:
https://ci.eclipse.org/swtbot/job/swtbot-gerrit
or
https://ci.eclipse.org/swtbot/job/swtbot-tycho

They don't use a Jenkinsfile, but you should be able to transfer the
configuration accordingly (hint: the pipeline syntax generator can help).

Regards,

Fred

On 11.07.19 16:57, Philip Wenig wrote:
Hi Fred,

thanks for the feedback.

Do you know, which of the projects (probably 1 or 2) actively use Xvnc?
I would then have a look at their Jenkinsfile and try it to use it for
SWTChart.


Best, Philip

Am 11.07.19 um 16:51 schrieb Frederic Gurr:
Hi,

Most projects use the Xvnc plugin for UI tests. If there is a good
reason, why you can't use it, please open a Bugzilla issue for this.

Regards,

Fred

On 11.07.19 16:05, Philip Wenig wrote:
Hi folks,

the JIPP instance for Eclipse SWTChart runs now, but it fails, cause UI
tests are executed as part of the build.

https://ci.eclipse.org/swtchart/job/build/job/develop/

I have tested it with Xvfb in a test environment:
https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Xvfb+Plugin

SWTChart UI tests are executed with Xvfb successfully even on a headless
server.

But the Xvfb plugin seems to be not available.

Is there a possibility to install it?


Best, Philip


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