alexis.menard at openbossa.org
Tue Jun 28 03:57:31 PDT 2011
On Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 3:56 AM, Osztrogonac Csaba <oszi at inf.u-szeged.hu> wrote:
> I think this announcement wasn't so lucky. :(
> Let's see the release criterias:
> "Betas: We have buildbots running on all Tier 1 platforms and they're
> I think green isn't enough for relase, because failing API tests don't make
> the bot red.
> As far as I remember somebody said that all API tests must pass on all Tier
> 1 platforms.
> But unfortunately I see many failing API tests:
> - QtWebKit2.2-branch x86-32 Linux Release Qt 4.7.x : 206 passed, 12 failed,
> 1 skipped
> - QtWebKit2.2-branch x86-32 Linux Release Qt 4.8.x : 206 passed, 12 failed,
> 1 skipped
> - QtWebKit2.2-branch SnowLeopard Intel Release: 204 passed, 17 failed
Well not of all are actually proper failures. I investigated on my Mac
and many of them are not reproducible. renderGeometry() fails because
a bug in QPicture that is not going to be fixed so that one is
tst_QGraphicsWebView::widgetsRenderingThroughCache() -> can't reproduce.
FAIL! : tst_QWebFrame::popupFocus() 'view.hasFocus()' returned FALSE.
() -> I can't reproduce but there was a patch/bug about it though.
FAIL! : tst_QWebFrame::inputFieldFocus() 'view.hasFocus()' returned
FALSE. () -> I can't reproduce
FAIL! : tst_QWebView::setPalette(activeBG) Compared pointers are not
the same -> I will look at that one.
> 10 of them are XPASS (expected fail, but now pass), test cases should be
> updated. But there are 2 real failing API tests on Linux and 7 on Snow
> Leopard ...
One is a well known that ademar was trying to look at. The other one is new.
> - Build on Symbian is still broken
I asked already Boston team. Though it seems that it works based on
the fact we got patches submitted for Symbian related stuff, so I
believe it builds. Btw I'm not even sure the 2.2 Symbian bot is
actually a stable bot.
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Alexis Menard (darktears)
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