|Re: [emf-dev] Adding 2 junit-Test-Bundles to Testsuite|
I don't know what is involved in adding new plug-ins to the test suite. I think Nick is the best one to help you out, unless he has already documented it on the wiki somewhere.
If I had to figure it out myself, I'd search within the releng plug-in for the name of another test plug-in (say, "org.eclipse.emf.test.xml") and try adding whatever I find for my new one.
I hope this isn't too annoying a question, but...do the databinding tests really need to be split into two bundles? You'll notice that there are currently a lot fewer test bundles than bundles being tested. Partly that's because we don't test everything (bad us!), but we've also tried to limit the number. If nothing else, it's a separate manual step to run each test bundle locally (as far as I know, anyway), so it's nicer to only have to do one more instead of two. If there is a good reason to have them separate (like, if having a bundle require org.eclipse.emf.databinding.edit somehow changes the behaviour of org.eclipse.emf.databinding), then by all means. But if not, would it be too much to ask to suggest collapsing the contents of org.eclipse.emf.test.databinding.edit into org.eclipse.emf.test.databinding?
Rational Software - IBM Toronto Lab
Tom Schindl ---11/25/2009 04:22:24 AM---Hi, There are 2 test-Bundles (org.eclipse.emf.test.databinding,
Tom Schindl <tom.schindl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
11/25/2009 04:22 AM
[emf-dev] Adding 2 junit-Test-Bundles to Testsuite
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