Boost Testing :
Subject: Re: [Boost-testing] Question about posting boost test results to boost community
From: Steven Watanabe (watanabesj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-04-25 03:25:53
On 4/24/19 9:10 PM, Cao, Bin via Boost-Testing wrote:
> Thanks Rene Rivera for the reply.
> Actually I have tried to upload for develop with the same command, but nothing was shown up on the develop summary page.
> I noticed in the issues page, it says âFailure on a newly added test/compiler. Unexpected failure.â for <toolset>.
> Does that mean my toolset name âclang-vxworks-4.0.1â is not correct?
> Does there have any place to show what happened to my uploadings, and the reasons why my uploadings failed?
run.py upload-logs doesn't work by itself.
> We are running the tests by directly calling b2 in a local wrapper, rather than calling run.py.
> So, does that make sense for us to just upload the test logs using run.py?
No. What run.py uploads is a zipped .xml file which
it creates based on the output of b2. You need quite
a bit more than `b2` and `upload-logs`.
> I tried the following command, it says "Uploading log archive ... to master". But I did not see my test results on the summary page after several hours.
> BinCaoWR.zip was manually created which only includes the attached log file.
> $ python run.py --runner=BinCaoWR --toolsets=clang-vxworks-4.0.1 --tag=master --platform=vxWorks --comment=comment.html upload-logs