how to test a custom build bundle
obara.justin at gmail.com
Thu Sep 10 12:03:54 UTC 2009
I think this is a good approach. We should also make sure to tests
various packages. It would be nice to try to test with every component
included at least once and excluded at least once.
On 9-Sep-09, at 4:20 PM, Laurel A. Williams wrote:
> Hi Michelle,
> 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
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>> Michelle D'Souza
>> Software Developer, Fluid Project
>> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre
>> University of Toronto
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