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authorSravan Kumar Lakkimsetti2019-10-28 08:24:17 +0000
committerSravan Kumar Lakkimsetti2019-10-28 08:24:17 +0000
commitb18f0cda2abe016964c6735c6a532fdea5ff5f4f (patch)
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Bug 547713 - [13] Running Y build with Java 13 compiler for test results
Change-Id: I6d9713bdf930e71b7a401400a7eb11ae2bd4bfe9 Signed-off-by: Sravan Kumar Lakkimsetti <sravankumarl@in.ibm.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'production')
-rw-r--r--production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava10/platformSpecific.properties42
-rw-r--r--production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava10/testAll.sh68
-rw-r--r--production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava12/platformSpecific.properties42
-rw-r--r--production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava12/testAll.sh68
-rw-r--r--production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava9/platformSpecific.properties42
-rwxr-xr-xproduction/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava9/testAll.sh68
-rw-r--r--production/testScripts/invokeTestsJSON.xml6
7 files changed, 0 insertions, 336 deletions
diff --git a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava10/platformSpecific.properties b/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava10/platformSpecific.properties
deleted file mode 100644
index 8964eb60a..000000000
--- a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava10/platformSpecific.properties
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,42 +0,0 @@
-
-# This properties file contains items that are specific to the platform being tested,
-# Typically includes items dependent on exact OS, architecture, and location of files.
-# (Historically, this info used to be contained in several files, such as 'vm.properties',
-# testing.properties, etc.)
-
-# This value is computed by scripts, but there may be need or opportunity
-# to denote "extra data" if set here? (But, other changes will be
-# needed to be fully functional, since indexer, web pages also depend
-# on this value.
-# testedPlatform=linux.gtk.x86_64_8.0
-
-# This is the VM to use to run the tests, if one prefers
-# to use a different one from the one that stared the whole process.
-#jvm=/shared/common/java/oracle/jdk-10-ga_x64/bin/java
-
-# TODO: can also list VMs to use for specific execution environments
-
-# executable for ant <exec task
-testExecutable=bash
-
-#name of script to execute
-testScript=./testAll.sh
-
-# This value gets written to the "preference file", named org.eclipse.core.net.prefs.
-# We implement as a property string, since eventually we may test multiple proxy settings.
-# These listed here are for tests running on build.eclipse.org, to access files outside
-# eclipse.org infrastructure.
-org.eclipse.core.net.prefs=\
-eclipse.preferences.version=1\n\
-org.eclipse.core.net.hasMigrated=true\n\
-proxiesEnabled=true\n\
-systemProxiesEnabled=true\n\
-nonProxiedHosts=*.eclipse.org|172.30.206.*|172.25.25.*\n\
-proxyData/HTTP/hasAuth=false\n\
-proxyData/HTTP/host=proxy.eclipse.org\n\
-proxyData/HTTP/port=9898\n\
-proxyData/HTTPS/hasAuth=false\n\
-proxyData/HTTPS/host=proxy.eclipse.org\n\
-proxyData/HTTPS/port=9898\n
-
-cvstest.properties=/shared/eclipse/buildtests/cvstest.properties \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava10/testAll.sh b/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava10/testAll.sh
deleted file mode 100644
index 00f47e712..000000000
--- a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava10/testAll.sh
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,68 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env bash
-
-echo "command line as passed into $(basename ${0}): ${*}"
-echo "command line (quoted) as passed into $(basename ${0}): ${@}"
-
-# This file, localBuildProperties.shsource, should never exist or be needed for production machine,
-# but allows an easy way for a "local user" to provide this file
-# somewhere on the search path ($HOME/bin is common),
-# and it will be included here, thus can provide "override values"
-# to those defined by defaults for production machine.,
-# such as for jvm
-source localBuildProperties.shsource 2>/dev/null
-
-if [[ -z "${propertyFile}" ]]
-then
- echo "expect property file as environment variable for production runs"
- exit 1
-fi
-
-if [[ -z "${jvm}" ]]
-then
- echo "expect jvm as environment variable for production runs"
- exit 1
-fi
-if [[ -z "${testedPlatform}" ]]
-then
- echo "expect testedPlatform as environment variable for production runs"
- exit 1
-fi
-
-echo "PWD: $PWD"
-# in production tests, should already be set by runTests2.xml, so
-# we set to an old version here, to make obvious if not.
-export jvm=${jvm:-/shared/common/jdk-1.6.x86_64/jre/bin/java}
-
-# production machine is x86_64, but some local setups may be 32 bit and will need to provide
-# this value in localBuildProperties.shsource. (
-eclipseArch=${eclipseArch:-x86_64}
-
-# production.properties is used in production tests,
-# need to override on local setups to specify appropriate vm (usually same as jvm).
-# see bug 388269
-export propertyFile=${propertyFile:-platformSpecific.properties}
-
-# in product tests, should be set by runTests2.xml,
-# so we use "vm value", "x.0" at end, to make obvious if that's not working.
-export testedPlatform=${testedPlatform:-linux.gtk.x86_64_x.0}
-
-echo "=== properties in testAll.sh"
-echo " DOWNLOAD_HOST: ${DOWNLOAD_HOST}"
-echo " jvm in testAll: ${jvm}"
-echo " extdir in testAll (if any): ${extdir}"
-echo " propertyFile in testAll: ${propertyFile}"
-echo " buildId in testAll: ${buildId}"
-echo " testedPlatform: ${testedPlatform}"
-echo " ANT_OPTS: ${ANT_OPTS}"
-
-#execute command to run tests
-/bin/chmod 755 runtests.sh
-/bin/mkdir -p results/consolelogs
-
-if [[ -n "${extdir}" ]]
-then
- ./runtests.sh -os linux -ws gtk -arch $eclipseArch -extdirprop "${extdir}" -vm "${jvm}" -properties ${propertyFile} "${@}" > results/consolelogs/${testedPlatform}_consolelog.txt
-else
- ./runtests.sh -os linux -ws gtk -arch $eclipseArch -vm "${jvm}" -properties ${propertyFile} "${@}" > results/consolelogs/${testedPlatform}_consolelog.txt
-fi
-
diff --git a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava12/platformSpecific.properties b/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava12/platformSpecific.properties
deleted file mode 100644
index 8964eb60a..000000000
--- a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava12/platformSpecific.properties
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,42 +0,0 @@
-
-# This properties file contains items that are specific to the platform being tested,
-# Typically includes items dependent on exact OS, architecture, and location of files.
-# (Historically, this info used to be contained in several files, such as 'vm.properties',
-# testing.properties, etc.)
-
-# This value is computed by scripts, but there may be need or opportunity
-# to denote "extra data" if set here? (But, other changes will be
-# needed to be fully functional, since indexer, web pages also depend
-# on this value.
-# testedPlatform=linux.gtk.x86_64_8.0
-
-# This is the VM to use to run the tests, if one prefers
-# to use a different one from the one that stared the whole process.
-#jvm=/shared/common/java/oracle/jdk-10-ga_x64/bin/java
-
-# TODO: can also list VMs to use for specific execution environments
-
-# executable for ant <exec task
-testExecutable=bash
-
-#name of script to execute
-testScript=./testAll.sh
-
-# This value gets written to the "preference file", named org.eclipse.core.net.prefs.
-# We implement as a property string, since eventually we may test multiple proxy settings.
-# These listed here are for tests running on build.eclipse.org, to access files outside
-# eclipse.org infrastructure.
-org.eclipse.core.net.prefs=\
-eclipse.preferences.version=1\n\
-org.eclipse.core.net.hasMigrated=true\n\
-proxiesEnabled=true\n\
-systemProxiesEnabled=true\n\
-nonProxiedHosts=*.eclipse.org|172.30.206.*|172.25.25.*\n\
-proxyData/HTTP/hasAuth=false\n\
-proxyData/HTTP/host=proxy.eclipse.org\n\
-proxyData/HTTP/port=9898\n\
-proxyData/HTTPS/hasAuth=false\n\
-proxyData/HTTPS/host=proxy.eclipse.org\n\
-proxyData/HTTPS/port=9898\n
-
-cvstest.properties=/shared/eclipse/buildtests/cvstest.properties \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava12/testAll.sh b/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava12/testAll.sh
deleted file mode 100644
index 00f47e712..000000000
--- a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava12/testAll.sh
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,68 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env bash
-
-echo "command line as passed into $(basename ${0}): ${*}"
-echo "command line (quoted) as passed into $(basename ${0}): ${@}"
-
-# This file, localBuildProperties.shsource, should never exist or be needed for production machine,
-# but allows an easy way for a "local user" to provide this file
-# somewhere on the search path ($HOME/bin is common),
-# and it will be included here, thus can provide "override values"
-# to those defined by defaults for production machine.,
-# such as for jvm
-source localBuildProperties.shsource 2>/dev/null
-
-if [[ -z "${propertyFile}" ]]
-then
- echo "expect property file as environment variable for production runs"
- exit 1
-fi
-
-if [[ -z "${jvm}" ]]
-then
- echo "expect jvm as environment variable for production runs"
- exit 1
-fi
-if [[ -z "${testedPlatform}" ]]
-then
- echo "expect testedPlatform as environment variable for production runs"
- exit 1
-fi
-
-echo "PWD: $PWD"
-# in production tests, should already be set by runTests2.xml, so
-# we set to an old version here, to make obvious if not.
-export jvm=${jvm:-/shared/common/jdk-1.6.x86_64/jre/bin/java}
-
-# production machine is x86_64, but some local setups may be 32 bit and will need to provide
-# this value in localBuildProperties.shsource. (
-eclipseArch=${eclipseArch:-x86_64}
-
-# production.properties is used in production tests,
-# need to override on local setups to specify appropriate vm (usually same as jvm).
-# see bug 388269
-export propertyFile=${propertyFile:-platformSpecific.properties}
-
-# in product tests, should be set by runTests2.xml,
-# so we use "vm value", "x.0" at end, to make obvious if that's not working.
-export testedPlatform=${testedPlatform:-linux.gtk.x86_64_x.0}
-
-echo "=== properties in testAll.sh"
-echo " DOWNLOAD_HOST: ${DOWNLOAD_HOST}"
-echo " jvm in testAll: ${jvm}"
-echo " extdir in testAll (if any): ${extdir}"
-echo " propertyFile in testAll: ${propertyFile}"
-echo " buildId in testAll: ${buildId}"
-echo " testedPlatform: ${testedPlatform}"
-echo " ANT_OPTS: ${ANT_OPTS}"
-
-#execute command to run tests
-/bin/chmod 755 runtests.sh
-/bin/mkdir -p results/consolelogs
-
-if [[ -n "${extdir}" ]]
-then
- ./runtests.sh -os linux -ws gtk -arch $eclipseArch -extdirprop "${extdir}" -vm "${jvm}" -properties ${propertyFile} "${@}" > results/consolelogs/${testedPlatform}_consolelog.txt
-else
- ./runtests.sh -os linux -ws gtk -arch $eclipseArch -vm "${jvm}" -properties ${propertyFile} "${@}" > results/consolelogs/${testedPlatform}_consolelog.txt
-fi
-
diff --git a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava9/platformSpecific.properties b/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava9/platformSpecific.properties
deleted file mode 100644
index ef32dfe76..000000000
--- a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava9/platformSpecific.properties
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,42 +0,0 @@
-
-# This properties file contains items that are specific to the platform being tested,
-# Typically includes items dependent on exact OS, architecture, and location of files.
-# (Historically, this info used to be contained in several files, such as 'vm.properties',
-# testing.properties, etc.)
-
-# This value is computed by scripts, but there may be need or opportunity
-# to denote "extra data" if set here? (But, other changes will be
-# needed to be fully functional, since indexer, web pages also depend
-# on this value.
-# testedPlatform=linux.gtk.x86_64_8.0
-
-# This is the VM to use to run the tests, if one prefers
-# to use a different one from the one that stared the whole process.
-#jvm=/shared/common/jdk-9_x64-latest/bin/java
-
-# TODO: can also list VMs to use for specific execution environments
-
-# executable for ant <exec task
-testExecutable=bash
-
-#name of script to execute
-testScript=./testAll.sh
-
-# This value gets written to the "preference file", named org.eclipse.core.net.prefs.
-# We implement as a property string, since eventually we may test multiple proxy settings.
-# These listed here are for tests running on build.eclipse.org, to access files outside
-# eclipse.org infrastructure.
-org.eclipse.core.net.prefs=\
-eclipse.preferences.version=1\n\
-org.eclipse.core.net.hasMigrated=true\n\
-proxiesEnabled=true\n\
-systemProxiesEnabled=true\n\
-nonProxiedHosts=*.eclipse.org|172.30.206.*|172.25.25.*\n\
-proxyData/HTTP/hasAuth=false\n\
-proxyData/HTTP/host=proxy.eclipse.org\n\
-proxyData/HTTP/port=9898\n\
-proxyData/HTTPS/hasAuth=false\n\
-proxyData/HTTPS/host=proxy.eclipse.org\n\
-proxyData/HTTPS/port=9898\n
-
-cvstest.properties=/shared/eclipse/buildtests/cvstest.properties \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava9/testAll.sh b/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava9/testAll.sh
deleted file mode 100755
index 00f47e712..000000000
--- a/production/testScripts/configuration/sdk.tests/testConfigs/linuxjava9/testAll.sh
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,68 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env bash
-
-echo "command line as passed into $(basename ${0}): ${*}"
-echo "command line (quoted) as passed into $(basename ${0}): ${@}"
-
-# This file, localBuildProperties.shsource, should never exist or be needed for production machine,
-# but allows an easy way for a "local user" to provide this file
-# somewhere on the search path ($HOME/bin is common),
-# and it will be included here, thus can provide "override values"
-# to those defined by defaults for production machine.,
-# such as for jvm
-source localBuildProperties.shsource 2>/dev/null
-
-if [[ -z "${propertyFile}" ]]
-then
- echo "expect property file as environment variable for production runs"
- exit 1
-fi
-
-if [[ -z "${jvm}" ]]
-then
- echo "expect jvm as environment variable for production runs"
- exit 1
-fi
-if [[ -z "${testedPlatform}" ]]
-then
- echo "expect testedPlatform as environment variable for production runs"
- exit 1
-fi
-
-echo "PWD: $PWD"
-# in production tests, should already be set by runTests2.xml, so
-# we set to an old version here, to make obvious if not.
-export jvm=${jvm:-/shared/common/jdk-1.6.x86_64/jre/bin/java}
-
-# production machine is x86_64, but some local setups may be 32 bit and will need to provide
-# this value in localBuildProperties.shsource. (
-eclipseArch=${eclipseArch:-x86_64}
-
-# production.properties is used in production tests,
-# need to override on local setups to specify appropriate vm (usually same as jvm).
-# see bug 388269
-export propertyFile=${propertyFile:-platformSpecific.properties}
-
-# in product tests, should be set by runTests2.xml,
-# so we use "vm value", "x.0" at end, to make obvious if that's not working.
-export testedPlatform=${testedPlatform:-linux.gtk.x86_64_x.0}
-
-echo "=== properties in testAll.sh"
-echo " DOWNLOAD_HOST: ${DOWNLOAD_HOST}"
-echo " jvm in testAll: ${jvm}"
-echo " extdir in testAll (if any): ${extdir}"
-echo " propertyFile in testAll: ${propertyFile}"
-echo " buildId in testAll: ${buildId}"
-echo " testedPlatform: ${testedPlatform}"
-echo " ANT_OPTS: ${ANT_OPTS}"
-
-#execute command to run tests
-/bin/chmod 755 runtests.sh
-/bin/mkdir -p results/consolelogs
-
-if [[ -n "${extdir}" ]]
-then
- ./runtests.sh -os linux -ws gtk -arch $eclipseArch -extdirprop "${extdir}" -vm "${jvm}" -properties ${propertyFile} "${@}" > results/consolelogs/${testedPlatform}_consolelog.txt
-else
- ./runtests.sh -os linux -ws gtk -arch $eclipseArch -vm "${jvm}" -properties ${propertyFile} "${@}" > results/consolelogs/${testedPlatform}_consolelog.txt
-fi
-
diff --git a/production/testScripts/invokeTestsJSON.xml b/production/testScripts/invokeTestsJSON.xml
index 6536fc92e..e0b29582d 100644
--- a/production/testScripts/invokeTestsJSON.xml
+++ b/production/testScripts/invokeTestsJSON.xml
@@ -82,12 +82,6 @@
<antcall target="triggerHudsonTests">
<param
name="job"
- value="ep${eclipseStreamMajor}${eclipseStreamMinor}${buildType}-unit-cen64-gtk3-java12" />
- </antcall>
-
- <antcall target="triggerHudsonTests">
- <param
- name="job"
value="ep${eclipseStreamMajor}${eclipseStreamMinor}${buildType}-unit-cen64-gtk3-java13" />
</antcall>

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