[Libreoffice-qa] Manual tests prepared for RC2

M Henri Day mhenriday at gmail.com
Sun Jan 12 06:36:17 PST 2014

2014/1/10 Sophie <gautier.sophie at gmail.com>

> Hi Henri,
> Sorry for the delay,
> Le 07/01/2014 14:36, M Henri Day a écrit :
> > 2014/1/3 Sophie <gautier.sophie at gmail.com>
> >
> >> Hi all,
> >>
> >> I've prepared a Moztrap run for 4.2.0 RC2. I've corrected the tests that
> >> have ambiguities, added pdf documents to the MS2ODF tests, and also
> >> added regression tests on Writer wizards.
> >> I'll activate the run next week.
> >> Thanks to all who participates to the previous runs!
> >>
> >> Cheers
> >> Sophie
> >
> >
> > ​Sophie, I've looked at the MozTrap Tutorial, but it seems to be directed
> > at those who. like yourself, wish to set up one for a particular product.
> > Myself, I have a more modest goal - I'd like to participate in the​
> >
> > ​testing of 4.2.0 RC2. I'm presently running ​LO Build ID:
> > 410m0(Build:2) on 64-bit Linux Mint 16. Could I ask you to point me to a
> > tutorial which shows how to use MozTrap - or some similar device - to
> test
> > 4.20 RC2 ?...
> There is an explanation here:
> https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/MozTrap/User_Guide
> Also, there is the Mozilla documentation:
> https://moztrap.readthedocs.org/en/latest/userguide/index.html
> Don't hesitate to ask if you have any question and thanks for your tests :)
> Cheers
> Sophie

​Sophie, I'm not quite certain that I'm doing the right thing, but after
downloading and installing the base package (
which went fine, and then downloading the Swedish helppack (
which also went fine, but where my subsequent attempt at installation
failed due to dependency problems (a notice to the effect that
libobasis4.2-sv was not installed appeared in my terminal), I opened a
MozTrap account, clicked «Run tests», chose 4.2.0 RC2, and then selected an
environment, which included the following parametres : «Arch» (in my case,
x86_64), «Locale» (I chose «En_GB», and «Platforms» (Linux), after which a
further 49 report parametres appeared, starting with «Install LibreOffice»,
which, alas, I was forced to report as having failed, due to the dependency
problem mentioned above. I copied in the relevant portions of the terminal
log by way of explanation. Is this the sort of reporting you and MozTrap
had in mind, or have I utterly misunderstood ? I'd be most grateful if you
could take a look at the my MozTrap report and tell me whether I'm on the
right track or no....

À bientôt

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