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Fri, 14 Oct 2005 10:31:05 -0400
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Michael Koch wrote:
Yes, due to the nature of how a JVM can fail... especially with respect
to hanging and doing nothing, you have to wrap execution of each test
case in a fashion that will kill the JVM if it does not exit in a
reasonable period of time. I think this batch_run utility does that. I
used to have a nice little set of scripts that did something similar and
created pretty graphs.
On Fri, Oct 14, 2005 at 03:56:28PM +0200, Norman Hendrich wrote:
Hello David and Audrius,
first of all, thanks for your answers to my mauve-setup question(s).
I tried the MakeTestClassList program, which seems to work fine.
However, after spending another few hours trying to get the whole
testsuite running, my worst fears are confirmed... To summarize:
* writing new testcases is easy
* running individual testcases is easy (from the shell or eclipse)
* running parts of the testsuite via an index file works.
* BUT there is no easy way to run the whole testsuite. A developer
first has to create a custom list of exclusion testcases, before
running the remaining fraction of the testsuite...
Not true. I just use the batch_run utility to run them all. I know that
Mark uses this too.