At David Lauzon's suggestion, I just
re-ran the unit tests and they were fine. He believes there's a few places
in the test code he
can better capture and log "network
failures" ... but otherwise, there's no sign of any trouble with the
Just for consistency with the original
"ready to test" note, we will still count 1 Dec 2005 -- 03:37
(UTC) as the "official" release candidate.
It is identical to the 06:46 except
the later summarizes 3 additional unit tests suites.
Jeffrey, I'm not sure how you run the
API Scan's ... but you can run on both builds if that's ok. (that is, 1
Dec 2005 -- 03:37 (UTC) and the 06:46 one).
They should be identical, except the
later publishes more JUnit summaries with the fixed master test script.
(The master test script, that
changed in the later one, is not really part of the delivered build package,
version v20051201_1315 of releng.wtpbuilder.
I suspect you, Jeffrey, already have the right tests scripts on your
scanner machine, from wtpbuilder head?)
If this proves confusing, and there's
no difference to AP scanner code, I can remove the 06:46 build?
David M Williams/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS Sent by: wtp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
12/01/2005 04:04 AM
Please respond to
"General discussion of project-wide or architectural issues."
[wtp-dev] Just a small complication:
please (still) count Thu, 1 Dec 2005 -- 03:37 (UTC) as the official RC1
candidate to test
Shortly after I sent my last note, I noticed there were three of our unit
tests suites that were not running in the builds.
I tracked down to some test scripts in our wtp-builder that had never been
"released" to the wtp-build process.
So, I released the fixed scripts, re-ran the build, our 3 missing unit
test suites did run, and ran fine, but there was a failure in one of the
WSI Unit tests.
I am not sure why it failed, but am certain its not related to the changed
test scripts (well, as I am ever certain about anything ant related).
I will leave to WSI team to investigate and report on that failure.
The actual * code * in the two builds is identical, as evidenced by the
identical map files (on build pages as directory.txt file).
So, both builds should be identical, and I'll assume the test failure is
But, if you have to decide and pick one, please use Thu,
1 Dec 2005 -- 03:37 (UTC) as the "official" RC1 candidate.
If we promote a build without further fixes/builds, it will be that one.
I suspect Jeffrey can "coordinate" the API reports so they make
sense (and include the three
missing unit tests that were not running as part of the build).
Thanks all, sorry for the churn. _______________________________________________
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