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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Strange Hudson test failures
- From: Ed Willink <ed@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:43:40 +0000
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Correction: EMF's one change is a major rewrite of the URI class.
raised concerning thread safety.
The change was authored on 5-Mar and committed on 12-Mar.
Is it possible that the evolving Tycho platform builds distributed the
change on 8-Mar and retracted it on 9-Mar?
On 14/03/2013 07:45, Ed Willink wrote:
Is there anything more that you can share with us?
Currently my three projects OCL, QVTd and QVTo are all showing
unexpected test failures. These are not the usual early collapses
attributable to a bad Hudson day. So my suspicions point to EMF or
platform. EMF has only had one change against which I've raised a
critical regression (Bug 403289), but that does not correlate well
with the actual test failure pattern. I would only expect Bug 403289
to give build failures if a 1.5 JRE is present, which it isn't on our
On 8-Mar I spent a long time trying to reproduce QVTo test failures
that appeared after I removed the org.junit4 dependency. I was
unsuccessful and when I continued on 9-Mar the problems had vanished.
Perhaps it was Hudson, perhaps it was the platform that went through a
Looking at the dashboard, I see quite a few recent completions with
amber status. Is anyone else seeing these issues?
[Hudson UI, particularly the Configure-Save response is incredibly
slow at the moment, indeed Save frequently doesn't refresh at all, but
Back-Configure confirms whether the change has occurred.]
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