Re: Contribution to LibreOffice project
markus.mohrhard at googlemail.com
Mon Sep 28 17:21:18 PDT 2015
Hey Anis, *,
On Mon, Sep 28, 2015 at 11:46 AM, Anis Tello <anis.tello at outlook.com> wrote:
> Dear LibreOffice members,
> I am Anis Tello, a master degree student at the university of Lille,
> faculty of computer sciences, in France.
> In the following few months, we a 4 person group would like to participate
> by *writing tests* to the LibreOffice project.
> Would you please explain to us the project, what are the needs and the
> parts of the project that you would like us to write the tests for?
> Hope that our participation will be useful.
> Thanks in advance.
in general I consider writing tests in itself without corresponding core
changes quite difficult. So often it is easier to look for fixed bugs that
did not get a corresponding test case.
Our testing framework can be found in */qa, test/ and unotest/ and consists
of many different parts. An old presentation of mine (quite some of the
stuff mentioned there under future have been implemented already or are
Another recent presentation mainly about the crash testing from Caolan:
Additionally a recent blog post from me about our performance tests:
I hope that this helps with some background information and shows you the
different types of tests that are currently available in LibreOffice. If
you want to look into specific tests I think you need to talk to the
maintainers of the different modules.
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