[ANN] Conformance testing campaign
wferi at afavant.elte.hu
Tue Sep 2 14:11:42 CDT 2003
"Dimitrie O. Paun" <dimi at intelliware.ca> writes:
> On Tue, 2 Sep 2003, Ferenc Wagner wrote:
>> 2. A simple batch file could be provided to zip up the
>> results, if I knew how to use which compression program.
>> Eg. (win)zip can not be found on the XP I have access to.
>> Should I include one in the archive? Or as a separate
>> link? Ideas? Anybody?
> The winetests shell is comming along nicely, I don't think
> it's worth dupicating effort. It will do all the decompression,
> sending of results, cleanup.
Maybe you misunderstood me. The question is about
collecting the MSVC compiled test binaries. Or is that
> We should include Wine as one of the Windows version.
Nobody submitted that...
> I suggest the cells be coloured green, yellow and red. The
> colour is based on the following:
> -- green: all tests received passed
> -- yellow: some tests received failed
> -- red: all tests received failed
What is in the cells?
> The yellow and red cells should be clickable and a popup
> should detail the problems.
Now an error cell is clickable if there is some output.
Even passed tests can produce some traces, although rarely.
> Ideally we should be able to extract them out of the email
> regardless of how it was included/attached.
Not a serious problem. We have munpack and file and a
handful of possibilities.
> But all this is low priority because 99.99% of them will
> be sent by winetests I suspect, so we know exactly how
> they will be included.
Maybe the report formats should converge then. I find mine
quite convenient, and have a parser for that... :)
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