[Cosmo-dev] Unit tests and test files

Mikeal Rogers mikeal at osafoundation.org
Wed Jun 14 21:57:35 PDT 2006

Coincidentally, I just finished documenting HTTPTest, but I've been  
working on it in the qa sandbox until the tools repository is up and  
running, so it's up at;


The documentation at http://wiki.osafoundation.org/bin/view/Projects/ 
WritingCosmoAutomatedTests is a good start for writing tests though,  
but if you want to look at the source you'll definitely want to look  
in the other respository.

Also, many of the files in src/test/functional/HTTPTest/files/reports/ 
* have been changed from their originals. Many of the originals  
depended on a specific user being setup, and since I use a threaded  
stress test system that creates different users for the same tests in  
different threads they had to be modified.


On Jun 14, 2006, at 9:46 PM, Brian Moseley wrote:

> On 6/14/06, Lisa Dusseault <lisa at osafoundation.org> wrote:
>> But I can't find these files, leading me to believe they don't exist
>> yet
> it's that they don't exist anymore. these files were used by the old
> reports tests that mikeal extracted into HTTPTest
> (src/test/functional/HTTPTest/files/reports/*).
> it's extremely difficult to write any unit tests for cosmo because
> jcr-server isn't written with unit testing in mind and it's impossible
> to tease apart most classes to test them in isolation. furthermore,
> most jcr-server tests would require a running jcr repository.
> one of my goals for the autumn is to refactor jcr-server to be unit
> testable and to not require a running repository (except perhaps for
> specific implementation classes in which are gathered all usages of
> the jcr api).
> until then, it's probably your best best to write new functional tests
> that can be run with HTTPTest. there's a wiki page for running the
> tests and another for writing them - see the testing section of
> <http://wiki.osafoundation.org/bin/view/Projects/ 
> CosmoDevelopmentHome>.
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