[Mono-devel-list] Re: NUnit integration with XML CONF and XSLT

Atsushi Eno atsushi at ximian.com
Thu Jun 30 10:04:19 EDT 2005

Hi Andrew,

That sounds nice :-) It would be even nicer if you add this
description to README when you commit.

Atsushi Eno

Andrew Skiba wrote:
> Hi!
> I want to change the W3C suite once more. To explain motivation behind
> the change, I'll forward Rafi's message. After applying the patch, the
> Makefile will have 3 test targets:
> run-test - similar to other mono nunit tests, this will have zero
> failures, if there are no regressions. To achieve this, this target will
> not run tests listed in ignored.lst, knownFailures.lst, fixme.lst and
> net-failures.lst
> run-failing-test - this target will run ONLY tests from
> knownFailures.lst and fixme.lst, but with inversed result. This way a
> developer can check if a part of tests listed there is fixed. So if no
> tests were fixed, this run will SUCCEED, and if there are PROGRESSIONS,
> it will FAIL. Don't be confused!
> run-all-test - run all tests, including knownFailures.lst and fixme.lst, 
> but not including ignored.lst and net-failures.lst.
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: NUnit integration with XML CONF and XSLT
> Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 12:49:15 +0300
> From: RafaelMizrahi <rafim at mainsoft.com>
> Hi all,
> I have discussed with Andrew and here are the findings:
> Right now, the suites can run at two modes: console and NUnit, where
> each mode has different workflow (bad practice).
> The NUnit mode is running all the tests and this cannot be accepted by
> mono build policy, because the build expect to have "zero-failures".
> Action Items (Andrew):
> * Merge the two modes into a single NUnit mode (remove the main() and
> build it as NUnit assembly dll)
> * Create another NUnit Fixture for "Expected Failures", in order to run
> them and check for progression.
> * Check both Fixtures with "make run-test" and send me the NUnit reports.

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