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authorDavid Williams2014-04-13 03:14:07 -0400
committerDavid Williams2014-04-13 03:14:07 -0400
commit9716a94b90c6501c5c93bf572888e89c66680d6d (patch)
tree216c113af2f9f8eed1b3ea24344cf0448dde9004 /production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/macosx
parent340ee56d3505331e7594c150cb96abb47698519e (diff)
Revert "sync back test of tests"
This reverts commit 340ee56d3505331e7594c150cb96abb47698519e. committed experimental work to wrong repo.
Diffstat (limited to 'production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/macosx')
2 files changed, 13 insertions, 16 deletions
diff --git a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/macosx/ b/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/macosx/
index b284ac4a..af288379 100644
--- a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/macosx/
+++ b/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/macosx/
@@ -13,14 +13,6 @@ source localTestsProperties.shsource 2>/dev/null
echo "PWD: $PWD"
-# This is the VM used to start the "ant runner" process.
-# It can be, but does not have to be, the same Java that's used for
-# running the tests. The Java can be (optionally) defined in ''.
-# But, occasionally we do need to know exact path to VM, such as see bug 390286
-# TODO: This doesn't seem all that useful. Should be removed.
-# But, allow values to be specified in, as well as command line?
# production machine is x86_64, but some local setups may be 32 bit and will need to provide
# this value in localTestsProperties.shsource.
@@ -33,7 +25,6 @@ propertyFile=${}
echo "vmcmd in testAll: ${vmcmd}"
echo "extdir in testAll (if any): ${extdir}"
echo "propertyFile in testAll: ${propertyFile}"
-echo "buildId in testAll: ${buildId}"
echo "contents of propertyFile:"
cat ${propertyFile}
@@ -41,13 +32,9 @@ cat ${propertyFile}
/bin/chmod 755
/bin/mkdir -p results/consolelogs
-#TODO: console logs can be renamed at end of process, with more exact names, if need,
-#such as to reflect bitness, and VM level.
if [[ -n "${extdir}" ]]
-./ -os macosx -ws cocoa -arch $eclipseArch -extdirprop "${extdir}" -vm "${vmcmd}" -properties ${propertyFile} $* > ${consoleLog}
+./ -os macosx -ws cocoa -arch $eclipseArch -extdirprop "${extdir}" -vm "${vmcmd}" -properties ${propertyFile} $* > results/consolelogs/macosx.cocoa.x86_64_7.0_consolelog.txt
-./ -os macosx -ws cocoa -arch $eclipseArch -vm "${vmcmd}" -properties ${propertyFile} $* > ${consoleLog}
+./ -os macosx -ws cocoa -arch $eclipseArch -vm "${vmcmd}" -properties ${propertyFile} $* > results/consolelogs/macosx.cocoa.x86_64_7.0_consolelog.txt
diff --git a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/macosx/ b/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/macosx/
index 8e4a3ece..83b11f6c 100644
--- a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/macosx/
+++ b/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/macosx/
@@ -17,4 +17,14 @@ jvm=/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_51.jdk/Contents/Home/jre/bin/java
# VM argument required to specify that location.
+# currently this variable is "hard coded" to work on Hudson.
+# not required if no proxies to use or bypass
+# TODO: make more sensitive to env. setttings in future so can
+# support tests on non Ecipse Infrastructure
+# If this property is defined, and file exists, the Eclipse infrastructure
+# will copy these "preferences" to
+# ${executionDir}/test-eclipse/eclipse/configuration/.settings/
+# after the test instance of eclipse is installed.
+# It is assumed the file itself gets copied to "execution directory" by
+# runTests2.xml approx. line 488

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