RFR: 8024014 : (xs) TEST.groups updates
chris.hegarty at oracle.com
Wed Sep 4 10:48:03 UTC 2013
On 04/09/2013 00:23, Mike Duigou wrote:
> Hello all;
> Here is an updated webrev of just 8024014:
I'm ok with this, and as someone who runs these test frequently I am
looking forward to being able to quickly run the different groups.
> The controversial item here is the definition of the jdk_collections group which, since collections isn't aligned to a directory, is defined by a list of sub-directories. Since the list of files is quite static and would not have changed since Java 6 (except for jdk_stream) I think we should be able to tolerate the not-too-long list of files for the jdk_collections category.
Not part of this change, but it would be nice to have a script (checked
in ) that could parse the groups and report directories/tests that are
not captured by any group, to easily identify future test additions.
> Other opinions?
> On Aug 29 2013, at 17:13 , Mike Duigou wrote:
>> Hello all;
>> This is a review for two changesets. The first change (JDK-8024014) splits up the jdk_util test group a bit by introducing three sub-groups, jdk_collections, jdk_stream and jdk_concurrent. The main advantage is that it's easier/quicker to test individual components. The intent is that the test groups are aligned with bug database sub-components.
>> The second change moves some important lambda related tests from languishing in obscurity in the jdk_other group to the jdk_lang group to reflect their importance and relation to other tests. These tests are contained in the jdk/lambda directory.
>> The combined webrev is here:
>> The effect of these changes won't be visible to most people until JDK-8015068 is integrated.
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