[mapserver-dev] Testing infrastructure?

Stephen Woodbridge woodbri at swoodbridge.com
Thu Mar 7 07:06:29 PST 2013

Thomas and Tamas,

Thank you, that was what I needed. I'm not quite ready to dive into this 
yet as I need to do more research but I'll start reading up on it and 
look at what you have done.

I think the biggest challenge for pgrouting will be setup up the test 
cases to start with.


On 3/7/2013 5:48 AM, Tamas Szekeres wrote:
> 2013/3/7 thomas bonfort <thomas.bonfort at gmail.com
> <mailto:thomas.bonfort at gmail.com>>
>      >
>      > I thought Thomas set up a build bot that built and tested on multiple
>      > systems, but I'm drawing a blank on that. Can you point me to
>     some links for
>      > how to do that. Also is it possible to get the build bot to do
>     windows
>      > builds using MinGW/MSYS, if you know?
>     I'll let Tamas comment on the windows part.
>     For linux, the testsuite could be run on travis-ci (you can find the
>     configuration for it in the .travis.yaml file in our repo). We/I
>     switched to using a self hosted jenkins instance as the travis service
>     tended to be a bit more unreliable (false positives generated by the
>     travis infrastructure rather than our own code) and slower (as the
>     system dependencies need to be re-installed for each run. travis runs:
>     ~4min30sec; jenkins:~1min30sec)
> The Windows buildsystem at http://www.gisinternals.com/sdk/ runs
> msautotest as part of the build process. You may inspect the results by
> clicking on the msautotest link from the start page.
> However I had to disable the wxs tests since it was hanging with all
> configurations. This may be due to a memory corruption problem which I
> still didn't have the chance to track it down.
> Best regards,
> Tamas

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