[Seaside] Pharo/Seaside UI testing
tony.fleig at gmail.com
Sun Jan 23 00:08:07 UTC 2011
Hmm. Mysterious. The failure is very consistent in my environment, but only
on that test. I'll try to track it down here...
I put in a "headless-detector" (TLLoginComponentBase
class>>#smalltalkImageHasDisplay) so the docs workspace should not pop up in
Are you working on a weekend? In Belgium?
On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 1:51 PM, Sven Van Caekenberghe <sven at beta9.be>wrote:
> On 22 Jan 2011, at 19:41, Tony Fleig wrote:
> > Thanks yet again Sven!
> You're welcome.
> > I have made all the changes you suggested.
> > However, one test fails in my environment after switching to the Zinc
> > Seaside adaptor: the TLTest>>#testForgotUsername test. This test is
> > not very different from all the other tests that pass and of course it
> > passes using the WAKom server. I have no idea why only this test is
> > failing.
> > Its failing on to a ConnectionTimedOut error in Socket>>#waitForData
> > processing a ZnClient>>#post:data: request. This is reproducible in
> > OSX SnowLeopard, but it does not occur at all in Ubuntu Linux 9.10 or
> > Windows 7. I doubled the timeout period, but all that did was cause me
> > to wait longer for the error.
> > If you want to investigate this, you can use the latest TF-Login (and
> > TF-Login-Tests) package from Squeaksource. Change the method
> > TLTest>>#useZincServer to return true to use the Zinc server.
> > If you don't have access to a Mac, I suppose I can investigate further
> Well, I loaded the new MC packages and all tests are green both using Kom
> and Zn adaptors.
> And yes, my primary platform is Mac OS X 10.6.6.
> Typically, a ConnectionTimedOut from Zn client means that the server just
> did not respond at all.
> PS: the new packages look great. the workspace still popped up though,
> maybe on older initialize or something.
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