[Libreoffice] configmgr unit test resurrection ...
guto at guto.net
Fri Mar 25 10:18:28 PDT 2011
I will take a look on them and return to you!
Looks interesting and a real challenger!!
2011/3/25 Michael Meeks <michael.meeks at novell.com>
> Hi Guto,
> I took the liberty of CC'ing the dev list in reply, hope that's ok -
> best to interact there so other people can help you out ;-)
> On Fri, 2011-03-25 at 13:31 -0300, Guto Maia wrote:
> > Now I'm most of my interest is in the better understand of the build
> > cycle and also the improvement of tests.
> Wonderful :-) Hopefully master is now increasingly build-able too -
> which is helpful, you joined at a low-point in build-ability I'm afraid.
> > My interest in improve both of this parts (build cycle and tests) at
> > the end could help others like me.
> Great - that is -really- useful work.
> > As many agile authors said, tests routines are a live documentation of
> > the project.
> > Unfortunelly, the recent tests that I was studing didn't help much. As
> > they were indeed useless.
> > Can you give-me any clue or direct-me to any point as a good start?
> Right :-) so you saw sc/qa/unit/ and how that works ? we're trying
> expand the number of these; also using a similar template in other
> places to do some useful testing.
> Oh ! which reminds me, I have some tests I wrote that need
> contains some tests that I wrote way back, that need some love to
> switch them to the new cppunit test framework (like the sc/ code above).
> That shouldn't be too hard.
> You need to enable that directory to build in
> And tweak the code. It will prolly need some debugging, and pain to
> it working, in particular the regcomp for services.rdb there needs
> switching to the XSLT thing we use now, and I guess it needs the sax
> components to parse the config database, and I suspect it will crash -
> due to missing components and fun.
> So - there is some debugging & fun to get that working; but it is at
> least fairly nicely self-contained - ie. if you can grok the code in
> configmgr and some of the UNO stuff under it it should be fine.
> Could you try to help out with that ?
> Thanks !
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