[fpc-devel] fcl-web example and new testsuite website
Joost van der Sluis
joost at cnoc.nl
Mon May 31 10:41:48 CEST 2010
On Mon, 2010-05-31 at 08:51 +0200, Graeme Geldenhuys wrote:
> Op 2010-05-30 21:33, Joost van der Sluis het geskryf:
> > Sigh: http://www.freepascal.org/~joost/wwwroot/testsuiteweb.cgi
> The new one looks very nice.... Some pointers on things I noted (hope you
> don't mind):
> * once you view the details of a test run, there is not Back button or Main
> button to get back to the main screen.
I have a really big one for that in my browser. But I'll see if that can
> * On the main screen I have no idea what date format is used? Maybe use
> the ISO 8601 (international date/time) format to stop any possible
Yeah, and the time-part is also included, so filtering on it will be
difficult. Have to fix that.
> * In your initial post you mentioned that it is tests run each night. Yet
> all the tests listed on the first page you see are (I think - that's if
> I am interpreting the date format correctly) 2003-11 and 2003-10. That's
> rather long ago, and I don't really see the point in keeping such a
> archive for daily tests runs. Surely the daily results is all you want
> to see, or a maximum of say last 7 days.
Click on the date-column header, it will sort on the date in reversed
order. But that should indeed be the default.
> * Failure details. On the main screen it says the one test run caused 33
> failures. I click on that row which opens the details. Page 1 or 66!
> 1) Maybe that could be reduced to some summary/collapsed view first.
> 2) How do I get a listing of only the 33 tests that failed? I don't
> want to scroll 66 pages looking for them.
You can sort on the 'OK' column, but in that case you should filter out
the skipped-tests. (Which is currently not possible)
I'll add a 'failed' column. And a way to filter tests.
> * In the test listed below, which was a test run for 2003-10-31, there is
> a test result dated 2007-01-28?? See attached image. So somewhere your
> details query is pulling wrong data, or the data is corrupt.
Good question. That date is indeed wrong. (should be 8/10/03 according
to the 'old' website.)
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