Fwd: Re: type anno test code check in

Charlie Wang charlie.wang at oracle.com
Thu Sep 12 04:05:18 PDT 2013

Hi Joel,
   I ran the test on windows64, linux64, solaris32, mac64, and only 
found one failed test - ClassGetAnnotatedInterfacesTest. I think it is 
due to code change to Class.getAnnotatedInterfaces(). In the builds a 
while before b106 it didn't return null with primitive type class input, 
but now it does. I didn't find any bug to track this change when I 
searched with label "type-annotations" or "annotations".
   Besides that, I've made a little update to the comments of every 
tests explaining how the test code is constructed and run.
   By setting Helper.DEBUG = true/false, it displays/hides the test 
source code on the command line output, which is constructed for the 
test. I hope this doesn't seem overwhelmingly friendly.
   As suggested by Alex, the interfaces are introduced for extension. 
DeclarationGenerator is an interface for small code declarations. 
TestCaseGenerator is an interface for code generation of test cases. 
Helper constructs declarations and compile source code (better 
explanations are in Helper's comments). TestCodeGenerator is a utility 
class for test case generation.

Attached are the updated test files. I will update the webrev link later.

- Charlie

On 2013/9/11 22:44, Joel Borggren-Franck wrote:
> Hi Charlie,
> These tests should go into TL, I can commit them there. The test review
> cycle should be on core-libs-dev at openjdk.java.net.
> However the test are not ready yet.
> If you run the tests vs jdk8-b106 or a recent copy of TL there is a few
> failures. How can I as a developer see the exact source which caused the
> failure?
> Further, there is an @author tag between two jtreg tags, @build and
> @run in almost every file. Please don't do that.
> As a user of these tests there needs to be a way for me to:
> 1) Understand the tests / ensure that the tests are correct
> 2) Run the tests
> 3) Understand what causes tests failures
> Out of these only 2) is currently easy. 1) is hard and 3) looks
> impossible.
> Here is what you need to do to bring this forward:
> - At a minimum you need to document how the tests work. It is not clear
>    at the moment.
> - Please explain why are the helpers split out into 2 interfaces and 4
>    classes?
> - You also need to improve failure friendliness. If a tests fail, it
>    must be possible to see the java source of the generated program that
>    fails together with a decent explanation of what went wrong.
> If this is currently available, please indicate how to do it.
> cheers
> /Joel
> On 2013-09-11, Charlie Wang wrote:
>> Hi,
>>    I'm looking for a committer to help me check in type annotation
>> reflection test code. Could someone give me a hand?
>> Thanks,
>> Charlie
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: 	Re: type anno test code check in
>> Date: 	Tue, 10 Sep 2013 10:29:02 -0700
>> From: 	Alex Buckley <alex.buckley at oracle.com>
>> Organization: 	Oracle Corporation
>> To: 	Charlie Wang <charlie.wang at oracle.com>
>> Ask on type-annotations-dev for a Committer in the Type Annotations
>> Project to push the tests for you. The tests will go in the jdk repo.
>> Alex

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