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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] running UI tests in JIRO

Please be kind and always remember

As for documentation. was pointing in the right direction (to use the centos-7 pod template). I've edited it to explicitly mention metacity and mutter. If you want to add more info, please open a ticket. Otherwise, this should be good enough.

Almost all Eclipse projects that are using UI test made the transition to our cluster based infrastructure two years ago, so this has not been a regular topic for a long time.



On 12.12.22 08:17, Lorenzo Bettini wrote:
Actually, a few days later, I had found the solution myself. I hadn't answered to the list because, since nobody cared answering I thought nobody cared at all about the matter...

Anyway, 'centos-7' provides metacity so I solved my problems.

The real issue is that this is not documented anywhere, unless I missed some hidden pages... the fact you ask me to create a ticket seems to imply that you (Eclipse) don't know that either?

I can create a ticket about the missing documentation if you think it's worthwhile.

On 07/12/22 18:43, Frederic Gurr wrote:

Please create a HelpDesk issue for this:



On 24.11.22 18:04, Lorenzo Bettini wrote:

please forgive me if I'm using the wrong list, but I'd need some help for running UI (SWTBot tests) in JIRO (for EMF Parsley). I can run tests with Xvnc without problems (both in centos-7 and centos-8). However, for some specific SWTBot tests, I think I need a real Window Manager, e.g., icevm or metacity. Is there any specific "inheritFrom" I can use? I cannot seem to find this information anyway, sorry.

Thanks in advance

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