[Piglit] framework test patch bomb

Dylan Baker baker.dylan.c at gmail.com
Thu Jun 19 18:14:54 PDT 2014


On Saturday, June 14, 2014 08:05:09 AM Dylan Baker wrote:
> This series is a collection of work I've done to make the piglit
> framework testing better over the last few weeks, and I want to get some
> of it landed before this turns into 50 patches in one giant series.
> Patch 1 has already been permanently deleted by the time you're reading
> this, it's meant to demonstrate the bug that patch 2-8 address. It is
> absolutely not meant to be landed, it breaks Environment. So you may not
> even want it.
> Patches 2-8 Address a bug in nose that is annoying, and provide a simple
> easy to use set of helpers to work around that particular issue
> Patch 9 converts a complex test that tests multiple things into a test
> generator, which generates small tests for each of the things that it
> tests
> Patches 10-19: overhaul the way dmesg testing works. There are a bunch
> of cleanups and refactors, with the biggest being that all privileged
> tests (those requiring sudo) now have sudo in the name, so running
> nosetests -e sudo framework/tests will run most of the dmesg tests, but
> not the ones that require root access, and that it splits dmesg to allow
> for more testing to be done without requiring sudo.
> Patch 20 adds a bunch more tests to the status_tests module, giving us
> 100 percent code coverage by running that module.
> This is available at my github:
> https://github.com/dcbaker/piglit framework-tests-submit
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