Boost Testing :
From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-09-18 15:33:16
Sebastian Redl wrote:
> That's a pretty trivial change, but I'd need some data to actually test
> it. Where do I get regression XML from, and how do I run the
> transformations with all paths correct?
If you are Unix you can use the recent shell script I'm using to build
the full results
You could probably just use it to see how to run the python script that
builds the results. Also, there's a way to run the generation on local
XML results. Looking at the boost_wide_report.py script it looks like
you pass the --dont-collect-logs option. So if you want to run things
* Create a work dir, "boost-results", and cd to it.
* Get the trunk code (a link to your usual Boost checkout might work as
well), svn co https://svn.boost.org/svn/boost/trunk boost
* Create the ZIP results subtree, mkdir -p "incoming/trunk"
* Download some ZIP results from the ftp location
<ftp://fx.meta-comm.com/boost-regression/trunk> into the
* Run the generation script:
python boost/tools/regression/xsl_reports/boost_wide_report.py \
Note, the result files will not have the 'revision' property Beman
mentioned so you might want to manually edit the result file(s) to put
in a fake one for testing. But we also would need the XSL to work even
if the property isn't there since they will be a period before all tests
results have the property.
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