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authorNeels Hofmeyr <neels@hofmeyr.de>2018-04-05 16:56:38 +0200
committerNeels Hofmeyr <neels@hofmeyr.de>2018-04-06 01:07:15 +0200
commit3cf797d7a59a9f5fc05bd22af32d21c23409e60d (patch)
treed3dd5b5741ba5e576814b8879319e8d85a076f7b /sip
parentdef4ad4bcefbe065bc3446b20fb8b32769158425 (diff)
add compare-results.sh, call from start-testsuite.sh
Compare current test results to the expected results, and exit in error on discrepancies. Add compare-result.sh: (trivially) grep junit xml output to determine which tests passed and which didn't, and compare against an expected-result.log, another junit file from a previous run. Summarize and determine success. Include an "xfail" feature: tests that are expected to fail are marked as "xfail", unexpected failures as "FAIL". In various subdirs, copy the current jenkins jobs' junit xml outputs as expected-results.log, so that we will start getting useful output in both jenkins runs and manual local runs. In start-testsuite.sh, after running the tests, invoke the results comparison. Due to the single-line parsing nature, the script so far does not distinguish between error and failure. I doubt that we actually need to do that though. Related: OS#3136 Change-Id: I87d62a8be73d73a5eeff61a842e7c27a0066079d
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+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<testsuite name='Titan' tests='4' failures='0' errors='0' skipped='0' inconc='0' time='106.00'>
+ <testcase classname='SIP_Tests' name='TC_mt_success_rel_gsm' time='5.032948'/>
+ <testcase classname='SIP_Tests' name='TC_mt_success_rel_sip' time='5.032518'/>
+ <testcase classname='SIP_Tests' name='TC_mo_success_rel_gsm' time='5.032548'/>
+ <testcase classname='SIP_Tests' name='TC_mo_success_rel_sip' time='5.059944'/>
+</testsuite>