I think we need to fix these tests such that
1) The test reports go in the output directory
2) A separate subdirectory is used to hold the reports for the different runs of the tests.
3) These tests are run by cruisecontrol
I agree. Tidying up the tests in aop and aspects is something I've been wanting to do for some time
Can we add a target to generate HTML reports for the AOP tests with suffices to the test name to differentiate the different runs of the test.
The output for each test now goes in a different directory
Yes. Can we generate HTML reports from the junit xml reports in these different directories so that we can have the aop test results on cruisecontrol?
That was one the things I didn't like on this build.xml.
Each test goes to a different output. It's way too confusing. We should change this build to send reports always to same directory output.
If you are doing that to have the same test being executed multiple times, I could point you out on how to get the same test being executed multiple times, and keeping individual results.
Look at clustering test at JBoss 4.0 / head for instance.
Here is an URL:
for future reference, when this URL is not valid any more, just go to the testsuite, and look at package org.jboss.test.cluster.test.
each test is executed twice, for example:
I have hacked the reporter for this some time ago. It's not difficult to implement.