Hackathon Tomorrow (May 23rd) 1200 UTC to 2000 UTC in #ubuntu-quality

Vasudevan Kottilil vasudevank2 at gmail.com
Thu May 23 01:33:55 UTC 2013

Hi Nicholas,
I tried testing all the existing autopilot scripts from trunk on my dev box
running quantal 12.10 updated today morning after I pinged  on the irc.
autopliot 1.3 was built after disabling lttng option. Based on initial
experience I guess I may have to create a guest image for latest build and
try again. This is what I got on my dev env.

both these appeared to go through

tests that failed - RuntimeError:Unable to find Autopilot interface
all these launched the respective apps and no further interactions.

Did not run test_fileroller - the app is not working (after system update);
can not create new archive of any type on my computer - this has nothing to
do with autopilot . I have a screen shot of error, can post it if required.

These are the lingering questions that I have for tomorrow's meeting:
In setUp which should be used to launch target app? What is the criteria ?
The scripts currently use one of the three:
 self.mgr = ProcessManager.create("BAMF"),

>From where or how can we get the IDs of child windows/icons/buttons/labels
etc? (in select_single etc)
These are used to select/click/enter text on target windows in several test
cases after getting a proxy object.


Vasudevan Kottilil

On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 8:45 AM, Nicholas Skaggs <
nicholas.skaggs at canonical.com> wrote:

>  Ok, so it sounded like most people are going to be able to make the
> quickly scheduled Hackathon. So, without further ado, tomorrow in
> #ubuntu-quality from 1200 UTC to 2000 UTC we'll be hacking on testcases.
> Hurray!
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/Hackfest/20130523
> Our goals are:
> Re-organize the ubuntu-autopilot-tests trunk so known good tests are
> separated from those that are a work in progress
> Complete review of the manual testcases and bugs in ubuntu-manual-tests
> Migrate all the ubuntu-autopilot-tests testcases to autopilot 1.3
> Clean up the old autopilot documentation and resource links from autopilot
> 1.2 to autopilot 1.3
> See everyone tomorrow!
> Nicholas
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