[squeak-dev] Re: Failing tests in trunk,
gearing up for 4.4 release
David T. Lewis
lewis at mail.msen.com
Tue Sep 4 12:11:47 UTC 2012
On Tue, Sep 04, 2012 at 11:55:17AM +0100, Frank Shearar wrote:
> On 4 September 2012 11:41, Frank Shearar <frank.shearar at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I meant to nag a lot more about the failing tests, and I haven't.
> > Sorry for not being sufficiently annoying!
> > We still have a bunch of failing tests -
> > KernelTests.Chronology.TimeStampTest.testFromSeconds
> > CollectionsTests.Streams.RWBinaryOrTextStreamTest.testExisiting
> > KernelTests.Chronology.TimeStampTest.testReadFromA1
> > NetworkTests.Kernel.SocketTest.testSendTimeout
> > Tests.Localization.LocaleTest.testLocaleChanged
> > Tests.Monticello.MCFileInTest.testStWriter
> > Tests.Monticello.MCMczInstallerTest.testInstallFromFile
> > Tests.Monticello.MCMczInstallerTest.testInstallFromStream
> > Tests.Release.ReleaseTest.testNoObsoleteClasses
> > Tests.Release.ReleaseTest.testUndeclared
> Correction: 11 tests.
> fails: http://squeakci.org/job/UpdateFromLastRelease/lastCompletedBuild/testReport/KernelTests.Numbers/LargeNegativeIntegerTest/testMinimumNegativeIntegerArithmetic/
This is a newly added test that documents a problem in all currently
distributed VMs. The problem will not be corrected in time for the
next image release.
Nicolas Cellier identified the problem and provided a fix for the VM
issue, which has been discussed on the vm-dev list. Pointers are at
> > - and I'd really like them to be green for a release. The Monticello
> > tests cause noise, and so the ReleaseTests should pass if we don't run
> > the MC tests. The SocketTest is, as I understand it, an issue specific
> > to Linux, and doesn't occur on Window.
> > If I _have_ to, I'll move the tests into "expected failures", and
> > re-enable them when we start work on 4.5.
> > One big gap in our testing infrastructure is testing on non-Linux
> > platforms. I would like a kind soul to take up CI-like duties and
> > commit to run the entire suite on OS X and Windows reasonably often.
> > Any takers? (Ideally we'd have build slaves for this, but...)
> > frank
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