[Checkers] checkers test failures
mahmood at MIT.EDU
Fri May 30 01:04:38 EDT 2008
All tests are passing now. Sorry about that.
On May 29, 2008, at 12:24 PM, Matt Papi wrote:
> I just made a handful of changes to the checkers and, as I was about
> to commit them, I noticed that there are many new failures in the
> checkers test suite. I spent a while trying to figure out which
> commits introduced the failures, and here's what I found:
> - r2501/2502 breaks 8 Javari tests.
> - r2557, which is logged as documentation improvements, breaks a total
> of 30 framework, Basic checker, and IGJ tests, seemingly for the same
> reason (missing message files). The current dev release was made after
> this commit -- does it have these failures? (I didn't check.)
> - r2569, which is logged as code clean-up, fixes some of what's broken
> in 2557, but introduces a bunch of NonNull failures; some Javari, IGJ,
> and framework failures still remain.
> - One of the commits after r2569 seems to fix some of the Javari
> failures, but there are still failures in NonNull, Javari, IGJ, and
> the framework.
> It goes without saying that running the test suite before committing
> is always a _really_ good idea :). Maybe some kind of continuous
> integration tool (or at least a test-running commit hook or nightly
> build script), if easy to set up, could be helpful?
> My top priority for today is addressing comments/getting things in
> shape for the code review. After that, Mahmood and I can coordinate on
> getting this stuff fixed for the next release.
> - Matt
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