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Squeak 5.3 test activities
Last updated at 10:27 am UTC on 25 September 2019

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Continuous integration testing

9th September 2019

[squeak-dev] Tests on CI: 13 Failures and 1 Error Squeak
Fabio Niephaus Mon, Sep 9, 2019 at 5:03 PM
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As part of our trunk builds, we currently run 4613 test cases
(AllocationTest, LangEnvBugs, SqueakSSLTest are excluded, see [1]).

Things are looking pretty good: we are down to 13 failures and 1 error (see screenshot below and [2]).
It'd be great if these could be fixed for the upcoming release. So if you have some spare cycles, please feel free to help! :)


[1] https://github.com/squeak-smalltalk/squeak-app/blob/429487b34b4745535174b47b485ae7d9075808f4/smalltalk-ci/Squeak-trunk-64.ston#L8-L10
[2] https://travis-ci.org/squeak-smalltalk/squeak-app/jobs/582744392#L3669

  • track progress of continuous integration testing
  • check with bugs database and ML contributions if we need to add some more tests to cover show stoppers.

  • Meet with test manager to find out how manual testing should be organized.
  • Identify people volunteering to help with manual testing.

Some manual tests

  • Retest if Updates on Microsoft Windows work on the first try.
  • Try messing up LazyListMorph >> #drawOn: to test the current experience. Fix that method with MVC tools. Try to go back to Morphic land.