how to test a custom build bundle
Laurel A. Williams
laurel.williams at utoronto.ca
Wed Sep 9 20:20:44 UTC 2009
Yes, I think we are going to test on the environments matrix....here is
the tentative QA document that Alison wrote. I've been filling it out a
bit more and the question of how to test the bundles came up.
I'm fairly pleased with your suggestion of option 1 with a single instance of option 3. It provides a good balance between thoroughness and reasonable testing times. I wonder if anyone else has thoughts.
Michelle D'Souza wrote:
> Where do we plan to test this? Are we going to test on everything in
> the testing environments matrix? http://wiki.fluidproject.org/x/j4w7
> If so, I'd think option 1 is good enough for most of the testing and I
> would select a single environment and do option 3 there.
> On 8-Sep-09, at 11:13 AM, Laurel A. Williams wrote:
>> The custom build tool allows you to select various infusion modules
>> and download a custom bundle (a zip file containing either a source
>> or minified js file and all accompanying required files). How do we
>> test that the downloaded bundle contains the infusion components that
>> we want (and does not contain the components we do not want).
>> Here are some options we have discussed so far:
>> 1) Open the zip file and check for the appropriate directories which
>> are related to the infusion modules you selected. Also ensure that
>> components that were not selected are not included in the directories.
>> 2) Do 1 and also do some sort of manual searching within the js file
>> (minified) to ensure that components are included/excluded as selected.
>> 3) Do 1 and/or 2 and take the downloaded bundle and deploy it
>> somewhere to test the existence of various components.
>> I'm wondering what method others in the community think of these
>> techniques and to what degree do we need to test the downloaded bundle?
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> Michelle D'Souza
> Software Developer, Fluid Project
> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre
> University of Toronto
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