[Opendnssec-develop] Jenkins/JUnit category/testnames

Jerry Lundström jerry at opendnssec.org
Tue Jan 8 14:19:22 UTC 2013


So about this…

If we want just one place for the information I suggest directory name in this format:


This can then be used straight up in JUnit as:

<package>.<classname>.<test short name>

- Dots will separate the different package/classname/testname and can therefor not exist anywhere else.
- Spaces in directory name should not be used (really as best practice), use _ or - instead.

We would have to rename all the directories again but if we, later on, implement subtests we could start merging mosts tests into a single one for example:

stage 1:
general-repository-capacity-01 => general.repository.capacity_100000
general-repository-capacity-02 => general.repository.capacity_4
general-repository-capacity-03 => general.repository.fail_capacity_0
general-repository-capacity-04 => general.repository.fail_capacity_1

stage 2:
general.repository.capacity_100000 + general.repository.capacity_4 => general.repository.capacity
  subtests: capacity_100000 capacity_4
general.repository.fail_capacity_0 + general.repository.fail_capacity_1 => general.repository.capacity-fail
  subtests: fail_capacity_0 fail_capacity_1

or just all into general.repository.capacity with all subtests.

What you say?

Jerry Lundström - OpenDNSSEC Developer

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