Jens, I assume you mean unit tests?
I think Naci's answered some of how
and a little bit of when.
From our "editing" and "validation"
functions, we (IBM) have around 1500 unit tests
to contribute. We didn't include them
in initial contribution zip, just because that was always
intended as a quick snapshot in time,
not *the* final contribution (well, ok, it was also because
Roughly half of that large number are
rather repetitive encoding/decoding
content type detection sorts of tests
for all sorts of input.
Roughly 400 are various scanning/parsing
Roughly 400 validation tests (to be
contributed by Craig Salter and team, I believe).
Plus, I believe, there's smaller number
of tests for server tools, data bases, etc.
In general, I'd expect our team's tests
to start appearing in cvs in 2 to 4 weeks
(though we are still working on exact
plans to be reviewed by committers).
We also have some automated performance
tests, but plan to move those to
the new Eclipse base automated performance
framework, so will take (slightly) longer than
the simpler junit tests. [Plus, this
reminds me, I'll have to talk to Naci about that, and make sure
build machines are set up for them!
Most (if not all) of our automated tests
are "model based" ... that is, we don't really have
any that automatically open a workbench
or editor, and try to verify some menu or
Hope this answers your question (maybe
over answers it? :)
Jens Lukowski <jens.lukowski@xxxxxx> Sent by: wtp-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx
10/18/2004 06:40 AM
Please respond to
David and others,
is there a plan when and how to contribute the tests to webtools ?
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