X.org testing with Google Test

Jeremy Huddleston jeremyhu at apple.com
Mon Jan 2 17:54:17 PST 2012

Also, the tinderbox currently does make use of the existing unit tests in the server by running 'make check' after the build.  I assume we could easily add these new unit tests to 'make check' and it will "just work"


cjb, how do I add the rendercheck/x11perf/piglit/... runs to my tinderboxes?

On Jan 2, 2012, at 12:41 PM, Chris Ball wrote:

> Hi,
> On Mon, Jan 02 2012, Matt Dew wrote:
>>> If I understand it correctly, tinderbox is a continuous integration
>>> system (much like Jenkins) that compiles and executes unit tests. That
>>> is, it should be no problem to execute the unit test executables built
>>> with our framework/Google test.
> I agree, this is possible.  You can run arbitrary code as a tinderbox
> jhbuild "module", including running test binaries against the newly
> built X server and recording their output.  I've already got code that
> runs rendercheck/x11perf/piglit/renderbench/cairotest/cairoperf and
> reports the results, though this isn't running on most of the tinderbox
> machines.
> I should add that our current tinderbox's use of jhautobuild is not so
> much a conscious choice as a historical accident -- moving it over to
> Jenkins would be a fine project if someone's interested in doing it.
> Thanks,
> - Chris.
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