Testing in General
We found Mocha with Chai matchers instead of QUnit , the initial test setup was a bit complex but after using Konacha with a Mocha adapter , it was smooth sailing. The extra setup time for over was definitely …to be very easy to test in general. Most things break down to Ember.Object and it was easy to grab a controller in a test and verify that a property works as expected. Because we wanted to use
e) Replication Testing
This was written to test upgrades between major versions, 5.5 and 5.6
Intended to test rolling upgrade
Re-uses earlier test components - MTR, sysbench, SST - since it involves starting two nodes, upgrading one of them and replication stream between them
Overlaps with other tests in coverage
f) Other techniques such as use of lock_wait_timeout (defaulting to one year) to catch MDL bugs, use of release and debug builds differently in tests: with the manifestation …
clustercheck script would mark node as down on Debian based systems if it was run with default values because it was looking for the defaults-extra-file in the wrong directory. Bug fixed # 1276076 .
Deadlock would happen when NULL unique key was inserted. # 1276424has been implemented to support NULL keys, by using the md5 sum of full row as key value. Bug fixed
Variables innodb-log-group-home-dir and innodb-data-home-dir are now handled by default …
Testing the Standard Model at Energies
Testing the Standard Model at Low Energies --Ron Guy ( Hebrew University)
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But it gets easier onand Debian, which are supported by their native package managers. Check our installation instructions for the details on those.
We also supportusing from our new thoughtbot tap: % brew tap thoughtbot/formulae % brew install rcm
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Instead of inventing something new, we decided to codify existing practices. If you have a dotfiles repo much like ours—one …
Testing a function that raises an exception
Add the following to main.py:
raise ValueError("This is a ValueError")
And the following to test_main.py:
with assert_raises(ValueError) as context:
assert_equal(str(context.exception), "This is a ValueError")
Your tests should still be passing.
Sometimes there are parts of your code that are difficult to test …
The cookbook itself is tested using commonly used tools by the Chef
Test Kitchen (integration)
Foodcritic and RuboCop (linting)
We don't currently have post-convergence testing, as we encountered cross-platform shell issues in Test Kitchen's "BATS" busser, and haven't had a chance to revisit that.
Our new chef-splunk cookbook is available for use now, and like all our open source …
…Bryan Helnkamp ‘s , so named for Ruby Acceptance Testing, which instigated the rodent naming theme) is wonderful with its support for many "drivers" which allow for a consistent across different solutions that offer different levels of browser support, with different performance characteristics.
capybara-webkit gem a few years ago, which I've found to be more reliable and performant …kindly created the
Testing Continuously With Guard
Although the Guard in order to watch for filesystem events and kick off automated test runs from the command line. By including the guard-jasmine gem and updating our we can continuously test both our logic and the Jasmine unit tests all at the same time through a single interface:web interface is nice, but I'm a big fan of using
One thing I haven't addressed here is directive testing, …