[Qgis-developer] Unit tests failing - a heartfelt plea
marco.hugentobler at sourcepole.ch
Fri Jun 15 08:53:51 PDT 2012
>OTOH, the results for final-1_8_0 of qgis_rasterlayertest are much
>better than latest master.
That's because of the raster_resampler merge. Something to look at for me.
No idea why they fail before (probably it depends on the GDAL you are
For me, there is also
11/20 Test #11: qgis_geometrytest ....................***Failed 0.44 sec
and the application hangs with qgis_ziplayertest :
Start 17: qgis_ziplayertest
*** glibc detected ***
corrupted double-linked list: 0x000000000266fc20 ***
Am 15.06.2012 17:44, schrieb Radim Blazek:
> I wanted to bisect the first wrong commit after 1.8 but I found that
> final-1_8_0 also fails in qgis_rasterlayertest and qgis_rendererstest.
> Is it possible? Release was made with broken tests? Is it my local
> problem? Are the tests independent of user settings?
> OTOH, the results for final-1_8_0 of qgis_rasterlayertest are much
> better than latest master.
> On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 11:41 AM, Tim Sutton<lists at linfiniti.com> wrote:
>> Hi All
>> I just want to make a heartfelt plea that any new code pushed to Git
>> master should not break tests (at minimum on the platform on which you
>> are working). If you do radical changes, the test suite should be
>> updated to accommodate them so that the tests still pass for your
>> platform when you commit. I would like to see the test suite grow to
>> encompass as much functionality of QGIS as possible, but it will be
>> very difficult to maintain them if we commit code that breaks them.
>> You can always view the state of the last nightly builds here:
>> You can test your work before pusing it to master by doing:
>> make test
>> make check
>> or (to share your test results)
>> make Experimental
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