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Re: [TSVN] Regression Testing of TSVN

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-06 18:34:04 CEST

Greg Stevenson wrote:

> I would be willing to create an automated test suite to run against the
> nightly builds. The rub here is that there are no open source tools to
> do this. Regression testing TSVN would require a functional testing tool
> that can manipulate the UI. Go to OpensourceTesting.org, etc. and you
> will find this is not an area well served by open source. Thus I would
> probably be using TestComplete, which I prefer over any other testing
> tool for windows and have a license for. I have no problem making the
> test suite itself "open source" and available but others would have to
> buy the product if they wanted to run the suite on an ongoing basis. The
> nightly test results could also be published as XML. Anyone who wants
> can contribute to the higher lever aspects of the test plan, procedures,
> cases, etc. And I will become responsible for turning the test cases
> into executable scripts in a test suite.
> Comments???

The idea of having regression tests is very good. I see only one
problem: since I don't have the test suite and I'm the one doing most of
the changes in TSVN, those tests will fail more often than not. Because
I can't adjust the tests or write new ones myself, the tests will fail
every time I make a change in TSVN which also changes the UI a little.
And if you get too many error messages, you start to ignore them...


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