Need reviewers for changes in java/net regression tests
chris.hegarty at oracle.com
Mon Jul 26 03:54:04 PDT 2010
Great to see some of the test changes making their way back into 6 Open.
From an administration point of view this approach may be less than
ideal, that is, we need a bug number for each push.
Would it make sense to break down the networking tests to say java/net,
sun/net and httpserver, then try to complete the backport of these
areas? I would't try to add any new functionality to the tests, i.e.
that was added for new bugs fixed in JDK7. Any tests with additional
bugs numbers in the @bug tag probably should only have minimal changes
to clean up resources, etc. Other than that it should be simply a matter
of taking the JDK7 version of the file, right?
On 07/23/10 12:20, Pavel Tisnovsky wrote:
> I tried to backport more regression tests from OpenJDK7 to OpenJDK6. Webrev with changes is available at:
> Can anyone please review the changes?
> There are still minor differences between OpenJDK6 and OpenJDK7 tests, mainly due to syntax enhancements in OpenJDK7.
> Please note that new test case (deserialization an Inet6 address with a named interface) is included in Inet6Address/serialize/Serialize.java regression test:
> This issue which was fixed in OpenJDK7 but not in OpenJDK6 yet. Btw - do anyone know, if this issue will be fixed in OpenJDK6?
> The changes made in these test are really minor and they are based (but
> not equal) on changes done by Christopher Hegarthy in OpenJDK7:
> (these changes are reviewed by Alan Bateman)
> Pavel Tisnovsky
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