Thursday, December 24, 2009

What's new in saru

So to support some of our testing infrastructure I've added some features to saru. The ones of note are:

Support for skipped tests. These are tests that don't run for whatever reason. In our case it was some tests that aren't fully implemented, that we didn't want showing up as fails. Skipped tests now show up in their own count, and tests can have sub tests that are skipped.

Logging of test history into a sqlite database. Now all test results and test output is stored into a sqlite database. We use this to create pass/fail charts for the tests. This has been invaluable in tracking down regressions and intermittent failures.

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