jeffrey.lane at canonical.com
Mon Aug 24 14:03:49 UTC 2015
Ahhh, so it's "Have to run" vs "Have to Pass"? what is a
"mandatory_include" field? Does it go in the job? in a header or a
separate section of the test plan file? Sorry, this is all new to me, an
example of things that changed and I never really knew about except by
finding it by accident when reading random MRs.
On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 9:58 AM Maciej Kisielewski <
maciej.kisielewski at canonical.com> wrote:
> You may list the jobs that *have* to run every time the test plan is used,
> in the `mandatory_include` field of that test plan.
> They don't have to pass. Plainbox will just make sure they are run.
> Some testing may be useless unless `submission_resource` job is run, so
> this job was first to be marked as mandatory.
> On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 3:53 PM, Jeffrey Lane <jeffrey.lane at canonical.com>
>> Can someone please fill me in on these new things like "Mandatory Jobs"
>> and how they work and the benefits? Sounds, IIRC from previous merge
>> requests, that it's a way to specify jobs that MUST pass and I'm quite
>> interested in that.
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